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Vaude Asymmetric 42+8 Backpack

I discovered the Vaude Asymmetric 42+8 Backpack when I visited the Montreal Outdoor Adventure Show, last April. I just stopped by Sport Dinaco’s booth and said “I bet your backpacks don’t fit plus-size people. Can you prove me wrong?”. ►►►

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Leguano Barefoot Ballerina Shoes

I had a chance to try on some Leguano Barefoot Ballerina Shoes at the Montreal National Women’s Show, last March. It wasn’t my first time seeing barefoot shoes, but I never really took the time to try some, since I have relatively problematic (read: long and wide) feet. ►►►

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ZAÄN Asymmetric Tunic

The ZAÄN Asymmetric Tunic was available at the brand’s pop-up shop at the National Women’s Show in Montreal, last March. Though I was already familiar with the brand – Sophie Paquette (ZAÄN designer in chief!) and I were both involved in the 2016 Montreal + Fashion Week… ►►►

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An Update on Plus-Size Clothing Representation…

Following my recent post about brands selling plus-size clothing without actually SHOWING the clothes, I did get some “answers”. Or maybe I should call that “replies” because in all cases, not much is actually answered. Or maybe I should call that “replies” because in all cases, not much is actually answered. ►►►

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Tsù Tunic by Sportive Plus

I’ve always had a preference for “princess cut” (also known as “empire waist” or “A cut”) tunics since I feel it’s the kind of cut that fits my silhouette the best. Sportive Plus’ princess cut has rarely failed me, from the Tsù tunic to the Xenon sweater (which also works well as a tunic by the way). ►►►