Picnic in Autumn

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Summer picnics get all the glory but as autumn-loving, we prefer this colourful season for eating outside. Just because there’s a chill in the air, doesn’t mean you have to stay inside. There are lots of activities traditionally associated with late spring and summer that can still be enjoyable in cooler weather. Continue reading

Sweet October

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Hello, Everyone! Autumn is finally here! After a hot September, we enjoy the fresh breeze here in Montreal. The trees are about to show us how lovely is to let the dead things go. The crunch of the orange and red leaves that have carpeted the parks and streets.. it’s all about Autumn. Continue reading

Apple Picking

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Apple picking is, and has seemingly always been, a quintessential fall activity – a total must. What better way to enjoy a fall day than getting the family out of the house and into the country. Besides, is there anything more delicious than taking a bite from a perfectly succulent apple plucked right from the tree? I certainly don’t think so. Continue reading

Montreal Botanical Garden

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The Montreal Botanical Garden, one of the city’s jewels, is recognized as one of the world’s greatest botanical gardens. It offers a colourful program of events, exhibitions and activities all year long. Along with the Biodôme, the Insectarium and the Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium, the Botanical Garden is part of the Montreal Space for Life, Canada’s largest natural museum science complex and Montreal’s top must see attraction. Continue reading

Tropical Kiss from Holguín

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In Holguín, you don’t need to go far for a taste of authentic Cuban life. Catamarans are waiting in the port to whisk you away to the very best snorkeling spots and Jeeps are always ready to lead you into the jungles of Cuba’s most adrenaline-filled destination. The water in Holguín is really blue, the sand white and the rum is as delicious as people say.  It’s hard to understand why Christopher Columbus, who first set foot in Holguín province in October 1492, ever left this place. Continue reading

Fashion Mom Blog Anniversary

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I cannot believe it’s been a year already since I wrote my first words for this blog! It seems like all this happened in a different life, and I still remember exactly how I felt as if it was yesterday. I was excited and full of emotions: happy, nervous, unsure and disoriented. Unsure because although the idea of blogging seemed like a promising hobby, like so many others starting a blog, I thought who would actually read it, leave comments, BUT you know what? I went ahead and did it anyway, because it was something I could see myself enjoying, and I am glad I did not let my insecurities get in the way!  You cannot imagine how happy blogging has made me.

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Turtleneck

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Hello, Everyone! Today’s look is for those that say it’s too tricky to look chic and stay warm, with the look no further than one of the season’s coziest trends: the turtleneck sweater. These close-fitting, high-collar sweaters will hug your neck tightly when it starts to get colder outside—making them the ultimate cold-weather fashion staple as the temperatures start to drop. Continue reading

Parisienne Look

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“French charm”, “French style” – how many times have we heard this phrase? France made a lot in order to be considered a world mecca of fashion and style. Not surprisingly, the first time coming to France, many expect to see on the streets of French cities Women, like just coming down from the catwalks of fashion shows. However, the real street style, is totally different. So, if you generalize, the Parisian style is based on three pillars: the appropriateness, elegance and demeanor. These are the key concepts, which correspond to the style of French, even if at first it does not make you bright impressions. Continue reading

70′

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Flared jeans are back in style! Seriously, flares are just about the most exciting thing to happen to denim since the advent of skinny jeans. In fact, ’70-s references abound this season, and while flares are obviously one of those trends -a modern twist.

I love a lot skinny jeans but after wearing them so often for the past few years, I would like to add something different to my denim style. Continue reading

Frozen

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Canadian winter can be tough, especially, when -20C outside it is not a limit! Montreal island is surrounded by water, and it is extremely cold because of the freezing wind and humidity. The temperatures may feel colder than the actual temperature. If the weather forecast prognosis -16C with windchill you may feel it as -29C.

In such weather you want to feel warm and protected from cold and piercing wind. In today’s outfit I am wearing long wool coat that covers me from such wind. You might see that details make the whole difference of an outfit! Continue reading

It’s all about hat

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A hat can make or break an outfit. Hats are like love. For a long time I thought that hats are not for me, my face is square and hair is too short for it. I will assure you, there is a hat out there for everyone… and once you find it, you’ll know.

Yes, wearing a hat is eccentric, and when you’re wearing one – people will talk about you. I’ve become attracted to hats for the same reason, and now I am rarely spotted without the cap on my head. Continue reading