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2021 Fall Trends You Need To Know About

2021 Fall Trends You Need To Know About
Fall is at our doorstep, and with it comes those cozy-knitted sweaters, fuzzy socks, and pumpkin-spiced everything. We don't know about you but over here at the office, fall always feels like a fresh start. It's the perfect time of year to go through our collection and donate what no longer serves us. Plus, who doesn't like a little bit of impulse shopping? From autumnal, fashion-forward outfits to local businesses you *need* to check out, we've done our share of seasonal digging to come up with the top fall trends for 2021. 

Fashion Trends

These days, we'll dress up for pretty much any occasion. We love nothing more than putting on our best looks for (possibly) a mediocre endeavour. But you know what they say, dress your best in case you run into your ex 💁‍♀️ So, we've rounded up the top 4 trendy pieces that you'll be seeing throughout fall and beyond. 

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Loafers:

You simply can not go wrong with a pair of black or burgundy loafers this season. This ‘90s-inspired shoe is the perfect way to elevate your fall and winter wardrobe, especially if they're chunky or lug!

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Sweater Vests:

Canadians rejoice. Fall for us consists of cold breezy mornings and warm afternoons. Sweater vests are the perfect way to combine the transition from summer to fall, especially when paired with loose-fitted jeans. As temperatures continue to drop, you can layer your vests over button-downs or turtlenecks, too.

Tailored pants:

Everyone should invest in at least one pair of perfectly fitted, tailored pants. We've seen this timeless piece on the runway as well as in high-street fashion. It's safe to say we're taking this piece with us to fall and winter. Bonus points if you get them in faux leather! 

Trench Coats:

Despite being an all-time classic, trench coats are getting some extra love lately and we're so here for it. This classic piece works particularly well with a pair of jeans or leggings and yet easily transitions to formal with a perfectly tailored dress. Talk about a one-and-done!

Skincare Trends

Since quarantine, there has been a continuous surge of self-care guides hitting the internet and frankly, we're not mad about it. We believe that everyone deserves access to methods or tools that help manage the daily stressors of life. Clearly, we're not alone and the idea of a de-stress skincare routine has officially become a "thing" within the beauty community. 

De-stress skincare focuses on healing the inside in conjunction with the outside. This method includes the application of a face mask whenever you need a moment of self-care as opposed to waiting for your usual Sunday spa night. Or perhaps it's as simple as massaging your moisturizer into your skin for an extra minute or two to decompress. For some, visiting our friends at MD Beauty Clinic to get a Miracle 10 Facial Peel in the middle of the workday, does the trick. Whatever you can do to help de-stress for a moment - whether that's 5 minutes or 45 minutes, make it intentional for your internal and external well-being!

Local Businesses You Should Know About

As a small, Canadian and women-owned skincare company, we love nothing more than to support other local businesses. These are a few incredible Canadian companies you need to check out!

Sunheart Rise Designs

This small business is owned by Indigenous artist Trip Pheonix. Pheonix designs and creates both traditional and contemporary jewelry with his owns hands. These beautifully colourful handmade pieces are the perfect addition to our fall wardrobe and an excellent way to inject a pop of colour into your outfits.

House of Hayla

From heels to sneakers, Hayla Amini and partner George Sully own and operate the Toronto footwear company House of Hayla. They offer stylish footwear in a range of on-trend colours that are not just gorgeous but PETA friendly, too!

Catherine & Co.  

It doesn't feel like fall without a yummy-scented candle flickering on a chilly day. Founded and operated by Emeraude Domingos-Mbuku, this Toronto-based retailer offers a range of clean candles all made ethically, here in Ontario!

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