Comfort was (and still is) key to a successful #WFH situation, so STYLE’s Editor-in-Chief, Elise Gasbarrino, and Digital Editor Anastasia Barbuzzi‘s #FallFaves were key to clearing hiccups in their workflows and their off-time.
If the transition into winter has you bogged down in the least bit, we recommend you check out their #EditorPicks below.
“With the temperature dropping, a set of cozy slippers were on my list to purchase. I came across the brand NAUSENI and loved the modern, minimalist look. They are the perfect blend of comfort and structure. I also loved the socially conscious story behind the company which was created to help employ women in Nepal.” – Elise Gasbarrino, Editor-in-Chief
SHOP IT: NAUSENI, $75
“I recently saw a picture of one of my favourite Canadian food bloggers, @thefirstmess, with a pair of TIJN‘s blue light glasses on. I’ve been considering a pair because of how much time I spend writing and emailing on my computer everyday, and I love that this company has eco-friendly options. I dig their unique frames too, from this cream blue design to this tortoise shell set. Now I just have to settle on a pair…” – Anastasia Barbuzzi, Digital Editor
“I’m obsessed with stationery – always have been – so I was delighted to discover this eco-friendly collection of paper wares after moving back to Windsor from Toronto last year. I actually bought Alex Gayowsky‘s “We’ll always have Windsor” pizza card for my boyfriend a couple of weeks ago when work had us both down for the count (and the message is true – our pies still rule them all). Her designs are whimsical and her blank cards always leave room for me to convey my messages perfectly. I’ll be stuffing everyone’s stocking with a Tiny Monogrammed Journal this year too, because… how could you resist?” – Anastasia Barbuzzi, Digital Editor
SHOP IT: Pocket Squares, $5
STYLE Canada Team Pick: Blume Pure Ceremonial Matcha
These days, we’re in need of a major vitality boost but we also don’t look forward to anything more than zening the f*ck out. Our recent interview with #LeadingLady Karen Danudjaja, founder of superfood-driven wellness company Blume, turned us on to matcha (once again) and now there’s no looking back. Her brand new, limited edition Pure Ceremonial Matcha is shade-grown and stone-ground from Shizuoka, Japan. It’s filled with antioxidants, chlorophyll, amino acids, and is an excellent source of clean, calm energy – a.k.a: the vibes we crave. Its creamy, nutty flavour is something we’ll be adding to our holiday baked goods for an extra festive treat.
SHOP IT: Blume, $36