Canada Day is a day to celebrate, spend time with friends, and more likely than not, party to some extent. Whether it be a beach day, cookout or bonfire, versatility in your outfit is key, while mixing in comfort and practicality as well.  While our Team Look of the Week this week isn’t exactly team based, you could certainly sub in some hockey apparel if you’d like. Who doesn’t love a hockey tank top? Light weight maxi skirts are pretty much the key to the summer look and the sooner you get behind the movement, the happier you’ll be – trust us! With the Canadian flag being red and white, we stuck to that color scheme, with a few simple maple leafs thrown in for good measure, as seen on the sunglasses and the maple leaf bracelet.






















While we picked a crop top to go with the maxi skirt, not everyone feels comfortable rockin’ that style and that’s perfectly okay – a red tank top or t-shirt tucked in would make for a cute alternative! Simplicity in hot weather is always the way to go, but choosing a statement necklace will dress up the basics and give your outfit a little extra sparkle.

Flip flops or sandals are a smart decision, because you never know when you’ll be kicking them off and no one wants to deal with strappy stilettos when you’re key objective is to have fun as quickly as possible.

Lastly, bring a sweater, jacket, something with you. Despite the unbearable temperatures during the day, you’ll thank us when you have a layer of bug protection as you roast marshmallows around the camp fire or watch the fireworks light up the sky. We chose a non traditional moto style jean jacket to pair with the tank and maxi, but the traditional style would look just as great.

Remember, you can mix and match the color scheme and pair these items for any event, get creative… while you may not be rockin’ the rink in the offseason, there’s no reason why you can’t still be dominating the fashion game.


Winter was hooked on hockey by age 6, when she first witnessed a bench clearing brawl between the Boston Bruins and the Ottawa Senators. Growing from hockey fan to hockey player, Winter followed her passions by founding The Pink Puck. While she also loves fashion and the outdoors, hockey will always be her center ice. Email: Twitter: @Winter_Adams



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