When you invest in quality pieces, you want to make sure that the item you’re purchasing will stand the test of time. If the quality is there, all you need to worry about is maintenance and care. We are more than happy to share some tips with you.
The way you start your day generally foreshadows the way the rest of the day will go. We all have our mothers in our heads telling us to make our bed in the morning, and studies have found that this one, simple act can improve your productivity. When you start your day on the right foot, everything follows - positive, mindful actions lead to better days.
The most recent conversations around self-care that we’re seeing usually revolve around products, but it isn’t necessarily a materialistic conversation that we’re looking to have. While a bubble bath may relax your muscles, it doesn’t magically erase that long to-do list that awaits you as soon as you get out of the bath. It’s a process, it isn’t fleeting.
When I first started planning for this collection, my initial idea was to go to the library to look for inspiration. It had already been a year since the launch of Wearshop. Looking back and reflecting on the year that passed, I found myself with the recurrent thought that I wanted to move forward, making sure that my work stayed connected to who I was.
When you shop small or local, your hard-earned cash directly becomes someone else’s hard-earned cash. Your money isn’t going to some giant corporation, it’s helping keep the lifelong dream of someone else afloat. When you choose local, you’re directly supporting a specific person (or people!).
While it is important to work hard and aim high, it is also important not to mistake your right foot for your left. It’s equally important to remember that material things are secondary. Being a kind, decent human being is actually the most important thing, something some of us tend to forget. Build a monument that people will remember.
With the current state of the world, and the gradual reopening of cities, provinces and countries, a mask is now a necessity. Canada’s Chief Public Health Officer, now recommends wearing a mask during anypublic outing. Learn how to wear, care and shop for your face masks.