Trends

How to dress for winter with the top Canadian fashion designers

Courtesy of Pink Tartan Author: Elle Canada Credits: Courtesy of Pink Tartan

Trends

How to dress for winter with the top Canadian fashion designers

Slideshow

prev next 1 of 7

How to dress for winter with the top Canadian fashion designers

Canadian fashion designer: Caitlin Power

The piece: The capeWhy it’s winter worthy: This charcoal cloak offers ample opportunity for layering cozy knits. Designer dish: “I love outerwear pieces that make a statement. Regardless of how you're feeling that day, you can put on that one piece and look fabulous and ready to go!"—Caitlin Power10 coats and jackets every woman needs

By: Sarah Thompson Source: Courtesy of Caitlin Power Credits: ELLE Canada

How to dress for winter with the top Canadian fashion designers

Canadian fashion designer: Rudsak

The piece: The leather jacketWhy it’s winter worthy: At least one iconic leather jacket hangs in every woman’s closet—but you can never have enough. Pair Rudsak’s sleek version of the leather classic with a fur chapeaux and chunky ankle boots for a luxe holiday party.GALLERY: 10 best leather jackets

By: Sarah Thompson Source: Courtesy of Rudsak Credits: ELLE Canada

How to dress for winter with the top Canadian fashion designers

Canadian fashion designer: Pink Tartan

The piece: The skirt suitWhy it’s winter worthy: Fit and flare is any girl’s BFF during the winter months (hello comfort food!), making Pink Tartan’s camel skirt suit with fur trim and leather gloves a must-have ladylike ensemble to invest in this season.GALLERY: How to wear camel to the office

By: Sarah Thompson Source: Courtesy of Pink Tartan Credits: ELLE Canada

How to dress for winter with the top Canadian fashion designers

Canadian fashion designer: Jeremy Laing

The piece: The oversized coatWhy it’s winter worthy: A Canadian winter calls for major, head-to-toe coverage. A highlight of his fall collection, Jeremy Laing’s scarlet red oversized coat offers just that to keep you feeling warm, cozy and confident all season long. GALLERY: 10 oversized coats from the runways

By: Sarah Thompson Source: Courtesy of Jeremy Laing Credits: ELLE Canada

How to dress for winter with the top Canadian fashion designers

Canadian fashion designer: Beaufille

The piece: The pantsuitWhy it’s winter worthy: Channeling Fall 2013’s royal fashion trend, Beaufille’s all-black pantsuit sports an ethereal brocade print across its sleeves and legs to draw attention to your best features. Designer dish: “We’re hoping to convey a sense of effortless cool, wearability, attention to detail, and a fresh perspective."—Chloé and Parris GordonGALLERY: Fall 2013's royal fashion trend

By: Sarah Thompson Source: Courtesy of Beaufille Credits: ELLE Canada

How to dress for winter with the top Canadian fashion designers

Canadian fashion designer: Joe Fresh

The piece: The casual coatWhy it’s winter worthy: Fur was a mega Fall 2013 runway trend. At Joe Fresh, Joe Mimran uses faux fur to add a textural touch to this boyish look.GALLERY: 8 perfect boy-meets-girl fashion pieces

By: Sarah Thompson Source: Courtesy of Joe Fresh Credits: ELLE Canada

How to dress for winter with the top Canadian fashion designers

Canadian fashion designer: Steven Tai

The piece: The skirt?Why it’s winter worthy: For all the ladies who fell in love with Fall 2013’s 1940s fashion trend—think nipped waists, full skirts and beautiful blouses—Steven Tai’s quilted, navy midi skirt is effortless minimal elegance. GALLERY: Fall 2013's 1940s fashion trend

By: Sarah Thompson Source: Photography by Michael Ho Credits: ELLE Canada
 
Comments
Share X
Trends

How to dress for winter with the top Canadian fashion designers