Omar Ahmed in Frank and Oak + More Canadian Fashion Moments

Photography courtesy of Instagram/@omartakespix.

Feeling stir-crazy during the winter months may be par for the course, but lockdown is definitely adding another layer to the listlessness, right? We suggest getting creative, getting outdoors, and getting active to combat the winter blues. From content creator Omar Ahmed’s hyper-local look to Melissa Grelo giving Canadian activewear a spin, here’s some style inspo to get you motivated.

Omar Ahmed in Frank and Oak, RW&Co. & Expo

Keeping it casual for a winter walk, Omar Ahmed’s monochromatic moment comprised pieces from Frank and Oak, RW&Co. and Toronto vintage clothing shop, Expo– showing us exactly what it means to have natural style.

Melissa Grelo in The Quarterly

Hey, take it easy! That’s what TV host and ethical kid’s wear entrepreneur Melissa Grelo seems to say while rocking a patterned parachute jacket by The Quarterly. And this piece is currently on sale, FYI.

Hannah Hong in Jessica Redditt & Biko

We love to see Canadian design being repped around the world! And Melbourne-based PR and comms maven Hannah Hong’s graphic business-casual look doubles our pleasure courtesy of a necklace by Toronto-based jewellery brand, Biko,

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Why Girls Love Vogue Baggage

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