In the world of eco fashion, we strive to stand out by offering one of a kind pieces and small production runs. All of our sustainable clothing is made in Canada by our small team with the help of a few other small, local businesses.
Here at Paper People, the Maude Blazer has quickly become a staple favourite of our line. Made from cozy reclaimed sweaters with classic blazer detailing, this versatile piece can go from the office to a walk in the woods all in one day. This season, in addition to the classic solids, we've created some fun outdoors prints for a more casual feel.
Designer, Jenn picks the Maude in a rich burgundy colour and layers it over her navy & burgundy paisley print dress. She throws on some brown cable knit leggings and tops it off with her knee high riding boots for the full fall look.
Intern, Tanya goes for the rugged, Canadian look. She pairs her printed Maude with some well worn and ripped jeans, completing her look with a pair of suede moccasins.
Meaghan is ready for the office. She chose a Maude in classic navy, pairing with a crisp, white dress shirt and grey slacks. But her footwear choice is eco diva all the way - funky blue moccasins by Simple Shoes available at Chartreuse Style.Maude Blazer in grey with a purple print. Playing off the print she throws on her funkiest chunky heels and rolls up her jeans to show off those legs!
Awear (Collingwood, ON)
Eco Diva Clothing (Arlington Heights, IL)
Ecoexistence (Toronto, ON)
Ecotopia Naturals (Sidney, BC)
Eleven : Eleven Boutique (Calgary, AB)
Flock Boutique (Ottawa, ON)
Fresh Collective (Toronto ON)
The Loop (Thunder Bay, ON)
Parade (Toronto, ON)
P'Lovers (Kingston, ON)
Rub of the Green (Midland, ON)
Something Else (Port Colborne, ON)
Studio Intent (Calgary, AB)
Taiga Yoga & Therapy Centre (Yellowknife, NT)
Tapestry (Calgary, AB)
Workshop Boutique (Ottawa, ON)
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