Fall Fashion Roundup Part 4: Paper People Clothing

The weather is all over the map today. Drizzle one minute, sunshine the next. I guess that’s Halifax for you. One thing it was consistent about was a nip in the air. Even when the temperatures get into the teens, the air still has that fall chill to it. And while some people might get sad about that, others embrace it fully because it means Sweater Weather is here!  And we’ve got just the sweaters for those chilly days.

Based out of Toronto, Paper People Clothing is taking unloved sweaters and turning them into something lovely and cozy. Like this cowl neck sweater:

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It’s the sort of sweater that makes you feel like you’re giving yourself a hug.

The double breasted military sweater is not only made of recycled sweaters, but pants and vests as well:

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What’s great about this is that you can pair it with a pencil skirt for work or jeans for the weekend. Either way you’ll look great.

Fall doesn’t mean you have to put away your favourite tees or tanks. Paper People has two great shrugs that help you keep those pieces going well into the colder weather. First up is the boatneck shrug, which really is perfect for wearing with a tank top:

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And for a slightly fancier look, the Doillie Shrug uses a vintage doillie as embellishment:

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And last, but not least, a mini skirt that does double duty by being reversible (front to back):

 

Two skirts in one! This wool skirt is made for Fall weather – just add tights.

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