If you’re remotely interested in fashion and live in a four-season climate, your saving grace for bone-chilling temperatures is all of the hats, scarves and gloves you have *very* legitimate reasons to wear. But, it gets to a certain point, i.e. when you have to cover 90% of your face, where it becomes a tiny bit difficult to look your best while dressing appropriately for the weather. Keep reading for some of the best ways to do just that.
“New year, new you” is the title and theme of most stories we see this time of year.
And it’s no wonder: With a new year comes the ideas and ideals of how we can improve our lives on various levels.
So with this, we thought it would be fitting to round up a varied selection of Toronto professionals and services that come to your home with the intention of helping to make your life easier and a little more manageable.
Does anyone else find that a new year rarely actually brings change? One always pledges to create some, but how often does that come to fruition? Fortunately for Handled, this new year has brought us the best kind of change…
Meet (drumroll, please)…LAURA, our newest Handler! Simply the fact we’ve found the one person on Earth who has to remind themselves to wear more black (no, that’s not a typo), goes to show how funky and fresh 2018 is and is going to be. We are so, so excited that Laura has joined the Handled fam, and we can’t wait for you all to read why. Continue reading “15 Minutes With Laura”
Here at Handled, we are fortunate enough to attend tons of fantastic events all around the city, and at these events, we are even MORE fortunate to meet tons of fantastic people. People who exude passion, drive, and a commitment to change.
Dana Bookman is one of those people.
We met her at a Women of Influence event in December, fell head over heels with not just her, but her entire movement, and had to sit down for a chat. Over steak-frites and a glass of red wine (or two), we fell deeper. Read on and you’ll see why. Continue reading “A League of Her Own”
Cleaning out your closet? Caitlin Agnew explains how to get a sartorial (and financial) second life out of your clothes