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Keeping it Real Warm in My Parajumpers










Jacket: Parajumpers
Hat: Moncler
Sweater: Zara
Belts: Hermes
Shoes: Valentino

Canadian weather never fail us for a White Christmas... As much as I love the look of white Christmas, but with the dropping to below negative twenty and knee high snow to shovel, ain't my type of winter. Every winter season, a heavy duty parka is in a must have list of every Canadian, especially when you are a blogger like me, you would understand the struggle of shooting in this negative twenty degree weather.. Without a parka, you will probably end up with pneumonia.. 
This year I got my hands on this cozy black parka from Parajumpers, this style is a more relaxed and sporty finish, in comparison to the one I have last year. Along with its signature yellow strap and silver hardware. One amazing function of this jacket is the removable fur hood and trim, making dry cleaning a lot more easier! Honestly, parka are considered as a luxury piece and investment for a lot of people, but it is worth of investing and being all honest with your, this is a long term investment. In Canada, we probably have the longest winter and we wear parka for almost 65% of the year... So don't wait to invest, buy it now so it can keep you warm for the next possible 5 more months of this year?! Trust me, you can't never not know how to style with your parka, it will be your essential go to piece in your closet and everything will look good with it! 

ABOUT PARAJUMPERS
PARAJUMPERS was born in 2005, when designer Massimo Rossetti found his inspiration in a bar in Anchorage, Alaska. This is where he met a serving member of the 210th Rescue Squadron, an elite U.S. military corps trained for extreme rescues known by the nickname “PARAJUMPERS”. Each item in the collection is inspired by original military designs and even carries over details such as hooks and parachute clips, which embody the true spirit of the brand.

“They are the PJs - short for PARAJUMPERS. Tough and courageous, they are better trained than any other military corps, but most important, they use their skills and techniques to save lives.”

THE PRODUCT
Made of hard-wearing nylon, these jackets come with a removable down-padded lining and a fur-trimmed hood. The collar fastens with a hook used in parachuting. On the front lies a large, zippable multi-cargo pocket containing a further three pockets designed for carrying accessories, such as ipods, GPS devices, mobile phones, etc.…

MOTTO: “That others may live.”

ALL ABOUT PARAJUMPERS’ FUR
At Parajumpers, they strongly value and support social responsibility and sustainability in their business and cooperate. Which brings them to come up with farm-bred fur conclusion of Finnraccoon fur for Women’s styles and North American coyote for men. 

ABOUT THIS JACKET: LONG BEAR
Down-filled nylon oxford coat with a detachable hood that has a removable faux fur hood lining and trim. The hood is adjustable by means of a tape. The shell fabric has undergone a special treatment that protects it from dirt and rain and has an inner lamination. Taped seams on hood, shoulders and armholes. Two snap pockets in front.PJS patch on the left sleeve and drawstrings at the bottom. The coat has a slim fit and zippered side vents with button for greater comfort. Ribbed cuffs, two-way front zipper with PJS snap-hook at the neck.

Available Store Retailers: 
ANDREWS: 87 Avenue Road Toronto, ON M5R 3L2
DWND CLOTHING: 431/433 Queen St. W. Toronto, ON M5V 2A5
BLEU MARINE: 220 Yonge St. Toronto, ON M5B 2H1
ROOM29: 454 Eglinton Ave West, Toronto, ON
SPORTING LIFE
JCY HOUSE
HARRY ROSEN
NORDSTROM

Love,
Chloe Zhang

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