Whether it’s back to work or back to school, thousands of people have already traded in their beach look for a fall-colored jacket/pant combo. For others, it’s hard to say goodbye to summer to make room for more productive and busy days. For our part, we try to motivate ourselves by shopping for a new agenda or a new jacket from our favorite Quebec and Canadian companies. Here are our 5 essentials to have in your office or in your wardrobe to be the most stylish of the fall!


1- A Paper & Latte Agenda

For those who consider themselves to be organization pros, this agenda is for you. Composed of 206 undated pages, this perpetual agenda offers a sleek and customizable design to stay organized all year long. Since it’s undated, you can start it at any time without worrying about wasting pages. Papier & Latté uses 100% recycled paper and produces its items in Quebec!


2- A tote bag from Lambert


Timeless and practical, the black tote bag completes a look without breaking the bank. The Beatrice by Lambert offers space to carry a tablet or a small computer, while remaining stylish and comfortable. Its original touch: a textured fabric and a removable shoulder strap to carry it over the shoulder.


3- Moccasins from Intervalle


To start the new school year on the right foot, head to L’Intervalle! Wear it with a chic or casual look, the moccasin is your best ally this fall. We like the dark green model that adds a modern touch to your outfit, while remaining discreet.



4- A travel mug from Atelier Tréma


The back-to-school rush doesn’t allow you to enjoy a good coffee at home? Then opt for a coffee to go in a travel mug, in addition to being ecological, it’s practical. Made by ceramist Marie-Joël Turgeon, this creation is designed on demand in Bedford. Its neutral and minimalist design goes perfectly with any look.



5- A sleeveless jacket from DailyStory


Fall means a new jacket, because it’s clearly the best season to wear them! Since the temperatures are still relatively high, we opt for a powder blue sleeveless jacket, worn over a white shirt. When the temperatures drop, we practice layering to enjoy our jackets as long as possible.