I’m coming to you today with a collaboration with Canadian Aboriginal owned company Manitobah Mukluks. This prestigious Canadian company has launched an artisan project which consists of a collection of mukluks and moccasins that have been skillfully crafted by Aboriginal elders and artisans across the country. I’m super excited to have been given an opportunity to style a look featuring a pair from this collection towards helping to further the efforts of sustaining Aboriginal culture and arts in Canada.
Each Manitobah Mukluks Storyboot is hand crafted and derives from traditional methods of construction and materials that have been maintained across generations. Best of all, this collection can be found right here in Ottawa; for all of my lovely readers in the nations capital. Victoire Boutique’s Wellington Street location is housing a gorgeous display featuring the collection for a limited time. I urge you to drop by and take a look while soaking up the culture in the cozy storefront. Victoire Boutique’s owners are avid supporters of Canadian fashion and style, making this boutique a perfect place to accommodate the collection. The storefront’s display of the collection is breathtaking and lends you a genuine connection to the Aboriginal culture. If you are bold, try on a pair of the storyboot’s – That is …. only if you take risks [lol], because after you do you won’t want to take them off ! The comfort that is the result of the unique components that make up each storyboot is like no other.
I paired these Rosa Scribe Manitobah Mukluks (SOLD OUT – Here are similar mukluks) storyboots with a skirt and long coat for Fall. The colors and the beaded detail on the Rosa Scribe Mukluk’s bring the focus of the look almost instantly to my feet. Talk about a statement boot for Fall. I finished off the look with a fall hat and a leather oxblood satchel. What do you think?
Further your reading on the Storyboot Project here and share this post with your friends to help in the efforts of propagating the knowledge of each artisan’s ancestors to preserve Aboriginal traditions.
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SPONSORED: By Manitobah Mukluk ** Opinions expressed are solely my own**