Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Joan Top - Simply Local Fashion

Here at Paper People, we know that you'll never tire of simple, flattering basics.  We love to work with natural, sustainable fibres and we want to provide you with as many opportunities as possible to shop local.  This season we've reinvented the Joan Cowl Top in a soft, lightweight organic cotton.  The shirts were designed here in Toronto, cut in Brampton, sewn in Toronto and dyed at a local mill in Ajax.   

Bri's look is clean, simple, young and fun.  She wears her turquoise Joan Top with a floral mini skirt, knee socks, slide on loafers and an over sized vintage jean jacket.  Check out more of Bri's vintage finds on Rag Rich Vintage.

Liz is looking high energy in her rich and bold combo.  The Joan Cowl Top is the perfect piece to accompany those summer printed pants you've been eyeing.  And yes, you're not seeing things, her hair and toe nails are coordinated too!

This month, Liz and her partner Kelly of The Style Initiative will be bringing a local designer fashion shopping party to Fionn MacCool's at University & Adelaide.  Joins us June 18th & 19th to shop and support local creators!

Designer, Jenn pairs her purple Joan Top with the Vera Wrap Skirt.  This simple top really allows you to have fun with fancy, funky skirts, pants, shorts and shoes.

This year, Jenn will be turning 30 and she's taken the opportunity to reinvent herself.  She'll be launching her new, more refined label, Jennifer Fukushima this fall.  Stay in touch on facebook for all the details!

Liz is dolled up and ready to dance in her turquoise Joan Top and classy black and white pleated skirt.  A perfect example of how cotton doesn't have to be strictly casual.

The Joan Cowl Top is available at select independent Canadian retailers:

Ecoexistence (Toronto, ON)
Flock Boutique (Ottawa, ON)
Fresh Collective (Toronto ON) 
Studio Intent (Calgary, AB)
Workshop Boutique (Ottawa, ON)

1 comment:

  1. Smiley womens just beautiful! you gays like we used to say in Germany just: kinderkleidung