Fall is my favorite time of year, it is just cold enough to layer up the perfect outfits to make your feel as comfortable as possible. Every year I love being able to sport my skinny jeans, great shoes, some comfy sweaters and of course all the scarves. So I decided for my holiday guide that I would partner with Mark’s Work Warehouse for a great Canadian Chic Mom look. This Canadian Chic mom look is perfect for women of all shapes and sizes and legitimately works for us all!
Each piece of this outfit I chose knowing that I am a mom who is constantly running around, cooking, taking kids places, cleaning and trying to do my job all in between. I needed something that could work from a quick coffee work date all the way till rushing to the grocery store with kids in tow after school.
Naturally I started with my favorite Mark’s Jeans the Mia Mid-Rise skinny jean in a nice dark color. This gives me the ability to dress up and down the jeans depending on what I am doing. Next I chose a simple red plaid button down shirt that is so soft and comfortable. It is perfect for the holidays, and perfect to wear while doing anything with the kids.
My shoes I wanted to choose something that again was clean, versatile and comfy. Their Larissa Lace Boots in black were the perfect choice for me. I love their combat boot look, their light weight and of course their exceptionally comfortable insoles. These beauties will keep me happy all season and next this year.
Pair all of these items with my knock out sexy Moto Jacket with Sherpa collar and I managed to find a killer outfit. I could jump on the back of any motorbike and ride off into the sunset at the drop of a hat in this look, and I might just do it!
Mark’s isn’t just for hubby anymore, their women’s section is a mom haven. So the next time your hubby says he is heading to Mark’s for some new work gear jump in that car with him and hit the racks yourself!
*This post is sponsored by Mark’s Work Warehouse and we appreciate them wanting to be involved! All opinions are 100% my own and not influenced by compensation.