My friend Allison and I set out to the Toronto Christmas Market in the Distillery District this past weekend. We missed it last year so we were determined to make it this year. We made it on the last day it was open and it was so much fun. We both share a Christmas passion and were giddy with all the lights, Christmas carollers, mini huts full of food and gifts and of course the huge Christmas tree in the middle of it all. We took a cute photo by the tree and had fun touring around all the little huts and boutiques within the Distillery District. After our hands were officially frozen we set out to a diner I've always wanted to go to called Fran's. It was a cute little place and we had a long delicious meal that ended with milkshakes. It was overall a great evening and got me even more in the Christmas spirit.
This is what I wore/what I wear on the freezing cold Canadian days. These Sorels are actually an early Christmas gift. I knew my parents had bought them but I figured I wouldn't need them until after Christmas. Well...with this past major snowstorm I asked for them early and I was so glad I got these. I have dressier boots and a pair of Uggs, but nothing to really keep me warm for the winter. These photos were taken in the morning before my mom and I set out for a morning walk.
This jacket is from Jacob from last year and was my Christmas gift last year. I absolutely love it! The toggles and the colour is very me. I also love the faux fur hood and it sure keeps me super warm.
Boots : Sorels
Pants : Lululemon
Socks : Mark's
Coat : Jacob
Hat : H&M
Mittens : (Value Village)
Here are some other warm coats that I've been eyeing down this winter.
All three of these coats come from a store called Raindrops which you can order online or check out their store in Toronto - 50 Bloor Street West.