CAMPFIRE IN BANFF

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Campfires and watching the sunset in Banff…

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There’s nothing like a good campfire while watching the sun go down. Steph and I just got back from Lake Louise and Banff, and we had an absolute blast! I’ll be sharing a full travel diary this week, but I thought I’d start by sharing this look from one of our nights in Banff while staying at the Fairmont Banff Springs.áLayered with a plaid shirt under a cozy Roots Canada sweater, I kept warm by the fire while making some S’mores. I dressed the look up for the evening with a topcoat, as we were heading out for dinner shortly after.

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A topcoat is appropriate for wear with your suits and jeans for a more casualáouting. Heck, I’ll rock one with a hoodie and some sweatpants as well. However, they’re not always the warmest and require layering underneath to beat the colder days. That’s why I’m a big fan of thisáwool Thinsulate lined topcoat from J.Crew — it’s easily as warm as it is stylish. I’ve linked a darker blue topcoat, as the one I’m wearing is currently sold out. With a couple of layers on underneath and an added scarf for good measure, I stayed warm enough to take on Banff’s cold.

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