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Object of desire: Sentaler Cape ($650)


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sentaler cape summer fashion 2 Object of desire: Sentaler Cape ($650)Picture yourself wearing this Sentaler cape…right?

I know, I know…it seems like summer fashion madness just got started, and I’m already obsessed with this cobalt Sentaler cape. But hear me out. Made from Peruvian baby alpaca and created by Toronto-based designer Bojana Nikolic, this gorgeous short-sleeve poncho is perfect for any Canadian girl (for any month of the year). The cape comes in white, rose and blue and features Sentaler’s signature flared arms and wrap-around belt. What’s not to love?

And if you’re also already thinking about your Fall 2014 wardrobe, definitely keep this Sentaler cape in mind.

Sentaler Blue Rise Collar Cape with Belt ($650, sentaler.com).

Would you wear a cape this summer?

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Editor’s Pick: The best Canada Day T-shirt


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Roots Canada Day 2014 T shirt Editors Pick: The best Canada Day T shirt

Heart Canada T-shirt ($32), at roots.com. Photo courtesy of Roots.

Put down the red and white face paint: The coolest way to show your pride this Canada Day comes courtesy of Roots, the Canadian mega-retailer that has been showcasing sartorial patriotism since its launch in 1973.

I love the graphic simplicity of the Heart Canada tee—it would look equally great under a pair of overalls in the city or over a swimsuit at the cottage. The greatest part? It’s an easy way to convey your joy at living in the best country in the world.

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Object of Desire: Batiste Dry Shampoo ($8.99)


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WEBbatiste dry shampoo Object of Desire: Batiste Dry Shampoo ($8.99)By Courtney Hardwick

I don’t know about you guys, but I hate washing my hair every day. The only problem is, my hair tends to get oily pretty fast. The absolute longest I can go is two days without washing it, and even that is pushing it.

I discovered using baby powder to extend the time between washes a little bit, but now it’s all about dry shampoo. Batiste is my hands-down favourite brand for dry shampoo, because it really works, and there is so much variety in terms of scents.

Find out why this dry shampoo is essential, after the jump…

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