Spring is in the air and we are heading into the 14th week of 2017. Perfect time to start using up those vacation days, n’est-ce pas?
Below are five Instagram worthy accommodations across Canada, from tree pods in BC to a railway caboose in PEI.
Ultra modern cabin in Columbia-Shuswap A, BC for $449 per night – Airbnb
Mongolian yurt in Whitehorse, Yukon Territory for $111 per night – Airbnb
A museum guesthouse in Twillingate, NL for $248 per night – Airbnb
A train caboose in Flat River, PEI for $155 per night – Airbnb
Forest spheres in Qualicum Beach, BC for $175 per night – Free Spirit Spheres
Has the sweatsuit made a comeback? You would be forgiven for thinking so. Designer runways and celebrity trend setters have pushed the boundaries of fashion to a new comfort realm. The dizzying popularity of Vêtements has inspired men and women alike to trade in their buttoned up business attire, for a trendy sweatpant or a tongue-and-cheek tee.
This has left many wondering…
Is it appropriate for work? Unless you are in a creative field, probably not.
Can I pull it off at parties? Depends on the scenario and your friends of course, but I wouldn’t aim to woo too many lovers.
How about a trip to the mall? Full sweats may be too blasé, but pair sweatpants with a cool tee and a blazer and you are solid.
For me, the sweatsuit will always hold a dearly nostalgic place in my heart. However it will remain relegated to outdoor adventures, weekend morning jaunts and late night cravings.
Hoodie: Roots Sweatpants: Roots Hat: Goorin Bros (similar) Sunglasses: Spy Optic
Watch: G-Shock (similar) Running Shoes: Nike (similar)
Coffee: Tim Hortons Newspaper: Globe & Mail