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|Wednesday, April 19th 2017- by Emily Roy|
Weekend in Quebec city
I got an invitation from a friend to spend the Easter weekend with them in Québec. Since my family doesn't really celebrate Easter (or any other Holidays), I decided to take the road on Friday and come back on Sunday night.
Aside from eating and celebrating, I knew we would go out and walk around, like we always do whenever I'm Lévis. When packing, I decided to bring a few comfortable items that will allow me to be active and move freely.
First thing to go in my luggage is the Yesta pull-on jeans. These jeggings sits comfortably on my waist and hugs my legs like skinny jeans does, but the plus factor here is that these jeans doesn't have any zipper or buttons. You just put them on like a legging! I love this pale faded blue color on me, and I know it will become my new favorite item this summer.
Then, I wanted something colorful to go with that. Let's add the Phoenix tunic to the bag! This top is light as a feather, doesn't wrinkle and dries in a few minutes, once out of the washing machine. This fabric is the best when you have to travel. It could stay in your luggage for a few days and when you put it on, you won't have to worry about finding an iron.
Finally, I wanted to bring my Gaspesia polar jacket, because it's Québec/Lévis we're talking about! I love this city, but I need a warm jacket to enjoy it to the fullest at this time of year. This soft polar jacket is made for the active women: it keeps us cool and dry during our work out, but I also love to wear it for a simple walk outside as well.
I hope your Easter weekend was as great as mine. Let me know if you have any of these items in your wardrobe and what you like about them.
See you next week!
Emily Roy, blogger & fashionista
Creator of the blog Entre Montréal et New York, Emily Roy is a rising star of the Montreal plus size scene. She is the co-owner of the online boutique Catapulp and a regular of the hottest fashion events. Her trendy style has caught the eye of the medias everywhere; Buzzfeed and Loulou Magazine are big fans! In the summer of 2016, Emily created the Montreal + Fashion Week, the first plus size fashion week available for full figured women in the province and it was a success. The event is now nominated for the 2017 Image/In award.
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