Christmas A story Men’s holiday style guide If you want to be noticed this

leave your raver jeans at home. The way to wear volume this year is with puffy jackets and layers, layers and more layers.


Less formal than we’ve ever seen them, dressy stripes are now adorning more relaxed jackets that include large shoulders. If all-over stripes strike you as a little too showy, try them on a jacket paired with solid pants.

winter, let the runways be your guide. This season’s trends are bold, masculine and perfect for Christmas dinner with the family or New Year’s Eve with your pals.

Top holiday fashion trends With the abundance of holiday parties at this time of year, now’s the time to shine. Turn heads everywhere you go with this season’s top looks. Emerald green Move over millennial pink —this season it’s all about dark verdant shades. Make a statement by draping yourself in this lux- urious hue from head to foot or pair your neutrals with just a pop of this rich colour. Sheer maxi skirts Long, shear skirts worn over shorter skirts or shorts are everywhere this season. This versatile look is great for both Christ- mas dinner with your grandparents and a New Year’s bash with friends.



Normally relegated to acces- sories and outerwear, this co-

Logos are everywhere this season. Choose all-

lour is showing up on clothes of all catego- ries this winter. Try a chocolate-brown suit for a fresh take on formal or go for a safari vibe with warm beige. Tartan If lumberjack shirts are your winter war- drobe staple, you’re in luck. Plaid is in this winter. Step out of your comfort zone and try it on a full suit or consider mixing your tartans. If subtle is more your style, try a jacket or a trench in a subdued colour palette.

over logo prints or amp your nineties vibe with track pants that have vertical logo stripes down the side.

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Fringe More grown-up than your standard summer festival gear, fringe is popping up everywhere this holiday season. Go for a Western look with fringe details on shoul- ders and sleeves, or a dressier vibe with a flapper dress — choose midi length to keep it modern. For a more avant-garde look, wear long fringe over shorts. Lustrous fabrics Take your wardrobe to the next level with this futuristic trend. From updated basics made with glossy textiles, to dresses that look like they were made from chain- mail, this red-carpet trend heads straight to your closet this winter. Prints and patterns From leopard and tiger to old-school logos, patterns are the way to go this year. This trend can be as subtle or as bold as you want. Stand out with unexpected looks like red leopard print pants or accessorize with a small logo printed handbag.

Puffy jackets The nineties are back in a big way, but


Une lettre de Noël du maire et du conseil, Laissons l’esprit d’amour du temps des Fêtes remplir nos cœurs et nos maisons. Que le bonheur règne avec la joie de nos familles, la présence de nos amis. Je vous demande d’avoir une pensée pour nos aînés, pour ceux qui n’ont pas la santé, les gens vulnérables, nos êtres chers qui ne sont plus avec nous et pour ceux qui sont moins chanceux que nous. Je vous souhaite un joyeux Noël et une bonne et heureuse année remplie de santé et de prospérité. Conduisez prudemment et de façon responsable. Normand Riopel Maire et les membres du conseil, Canton de Champlain

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