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By Mélissa Toutant, collaborator Winter is often a time of year where it seems harder to pull out great looks. But it's not mission impossible to be fashionable under a big parka and a tuque! To combine comfort and fashion sense, here are 6 perfect looks to rock this winter!

You've hung your Christmas stockings, but you're out of ideas to fill them out? Here are some suggestions for less than $20, which should please everyone in your family. Think of a budget for each person, and if you splurge on a more expensive item, you can always finalize your purchases with low cost treats. Have fun shopping!

Exclusive sneek peak! Here are Allsales.ca's great finds at the Big Fashion Sale $100 and over. There's no better way to find the perfect clothes than to attend The Big Fashion Sale by Quebec Designers (also known as the Braderie), running October 19 to 22 in Old Montreal! Featuring more than 140 fashion designers and discounts up to 80%!

Exclusive sneek peak! Here are Allsales.ca's great finds at the Big Fashion Sale under $100. There's no better way to find the perfect clothes than to attend The Big Fashion Sale by Quebec Designers (also known as the Braderie), running October 19 to 22 in Old Montreal! Featuring more than 140 fashion designers and discounts up to 80%!

Exclusive sneek peak! Here are Allsales.ca's great finds at the Big Fashion Sale at $75 and under. There's no better way to find the perfect clothes than to attend The Big Fashion Sale by Quebec Designers (also known as the Braderie), running October 19 to 22 in Old Montreal! Featuring more than 140 fashion designers and discounts up to 80%!

Exclusive sneek peak! Here are Allsales.ca's great finds at the Big Fashion Sale at $50 and under. There's no better way to find the perfect clothes than to attend The Big Fashion Sale by Quebec Designers (also known as the Braderie), running October 19 to 22 in Old Montreal! Featuring more than 140 fashion designers and discounts up to 80%!

Did you know that every Quebecer produces about 700 kg (more than 1500 pounds) of waste per year? How can you reduce your impact on the environment? By trying to follow as mush as you can the Zero Waste concepts: refuse, reduce, reuse, recycle and compost. How...