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#TrendingInCanada: Ankle Booties

The demand for Ankle booties is nowadays high, especially during winter and wet seasons. The good thing with ankle booties is that they match perfectly with any outfit, whether it is jeans, skirts, or even a dress.
The current market offers an extensive range of ankle booties collections for the clients to choose from. Some of the different ankle booties include velvet, suede, leather, cheetah print, and snakeskin.
It is important to gather more details about these styles before you consider placing your order. In case you are a fan of putting on neutrals, go for the bright-colored booties that can bring a new appearance. For…

A Look at Designer Jennifer Kappler of de volk & gosche

Jennifer Kappler is a Canadian designer who has been motivated by people around her for a long time. This caused her to develop a passion for highly-valued European textiles. In fact, she was introduced to embroidery and sewing at just six years of age.
By visiting different textile industries and exploring the heirloom lace production, she got an opportunity to study fashion arts in Vancouver Community college and was among the valedictorian alumna. After graduation, her collections were a gift to her mom, who is fighting breast cancer.
Kappler has continued advancing her career in different embroidery colleges such as …

Racism Books Written By Women

The information we are fed impacts the way we interact with people from different races or religions. With these differences, women authors have a different perspective as is evident in these books;

The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander pays attention to racism and how it is personal.
The Tar Baby book brings more light on race and class relations and the real meaning of a black lady.
Essays And Speeches contain short essays written by Audre Lorde. The book has less than two hundred pages where the author expresses the experiences and rejection faced as a …

The Demand for Quilted Clothing will Continue in 2021

Undoubtedly, the demand for quilted clothes in Canada has increased over the years. The rate at which people are searching for quilted clothing is quite alarming. Quilting was first noticed in 2018 by a few designers, namely, Christian Dior, Calvin Klein, and Isabel Marant.
Some quilted clothing collections popped up at Loewe, Prabal Gurung, and Coach during summer and spring seasons one year later. In 2020, Awake Mode, Burberry, and Chloe showcased quilting during the winters. For many decades, many American designers have applied quilting as an approach to discovering the American identity.
A quilted pattern normally …

Boreal Book Club: Little Secrets by Jennifer Hillier

The Canadian culture is well narrated in the Little Secrets book by Jennifer Hillier. The book portrays a paced union of domestic suspense themes such as obsession, guilt, and betrayal ratchet up. Complex characters such as Marin, whose grief turns to anger, pop up in the narrative.
Jennifer Hillier is a talented storyteller who jokes around with the reader’s fears and sympathies. The missing of Sebastian brings every reader to a state of suspension and anxiety. More emotions pop up as the reader is left confused about Sebastian’s whereabouts. A confidential investigator is hired to help find Sebastian.
On the other …

Residing in Canadian Arctic

Living in Canadian Arctic calls for an individual adjustment. The fact that the temperature goes below 50 Celsius means that one has to look for survival alternatives during this period to keep them entertained.
Here, you will interact with different people, especially if you become a regular visitor in the gym. You can make friends instantly since the residents are friendly and kind. Since going out is costly, you can hold Christmas parties or even birthdays, dinners at your friend’s residence. This will help you have fun while still saving money.
Dating in Canadian Arctic is on another level. It is done via the dating …