With the holidays now just a memory, it’s time to get back to health. We got Jeanne to pick the city’s best gear to get fit and have fun in. A) Regal look Hyba, Eaton Centre, $149.90 “I love the royal purple. A lot of attention has been paid to the detailing.”B) Luxe life Sporting Life, 2665 Yonge St., $395 & $295 “Wow — Pucci! The fabric is just so dreamy. Make a statement!”C) Purrfect Aurum, $165 “This is so chic; every girl needs one!
Come the holiday season, everyone wants to shimmer and shine. This month, Jeanne shops two areas, dishing out two looks that will have all eyes on you. Rosedale and Summerhill Sizzle “This dress has a bit of that rock ’n’ roll glam. I love the fact that it’s silver and gold. We’re trying to take it a bit more downtown by pairing it with a pair of black boots with a great blocky heel and a beautiful faux fur jacket.
Whether you’re an uptown lady or a downtown gal, a black leather skirt is a wardrobe staple. This month Jeanne shops two ’hoods and puts together two smashing looks. “This is a great leather skirt. I love it with these boots because they’re a cross between a brogue and a combat boot. The sweater is a wonderful shade of silvery gray with beautiful detailing at the shoulder. We’ve teamed it with this marigold yellow turtleneck for a pop of colour.
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