Coat check? No thanks. When your coats look this good, it would be a crime to have it locked up in a dark closet. Sentaler joined the Canadian outwear market in 2009 and took the industry by (a winter) storm. Sentaler has been worn by all your favorite bloggers, influencers during fashion week, featured in various magazines and fashion segments on every popular show. Most recently we have seen Sentaler worn by Emmy winning actress Tatiana Maslany and “Hockey Wives” star and model Martine Bernier has been front and center of their campaign. Canadian actress and finance to Prince Harry, Meghan Markle has been sporting this Canadian designer for years now and now has a coat named after her -” the Meghan coat”.
Did I mention if you’re wearing Sentaler, you are in company of royalty? and not Beyonce type royalty, I mean actual first lady and princess status royalty. Justin Trudeau has made quite a mark as “the most good looking prime minister” in all international news so his wife, Sophie Grégoire- Trudeau has a lot of eyes on her for her first lady fashion and she has really stepped up to the plate. Last winter she was seen in numerous different Sentaler coats looking absolutely stunning and we can’t wait to see which pieces she wears this season. Canadian royalty not impressing you enough? Not to worry since on the most recent Canadian visit Kate Middleton was seen wearing Sentaler. KATE MIDDLETON. Mic Drop. I feel like I can just end this post right here so you can go shop because really is there much else to say?
In case you are unfamiliar with Sentaler, here is there rundown. Sentaler coats are Cruelty Free and Eco Friendly so you don’t need to worry about PETA throwing flour on you. Sentaler coats are made of alpaca from the Peruvian Andes whose hair has developed microscopic air pockets that provide superior thermal insulation, which make SENTALER outerwear warm, lightweight and soft to the touch. Alpaca garments do not mat, pill, stain, lose shape nor colour. Unlike wool, alpaca fibre does not contain lanolin, which makes it hypoallergenic and very comfortable for sensitive skin.
Sentaler, known for her colorful take on outerwear has branched out even more this season from the typical blacks, nudes, greys and navy spectrum. This season we see denim inspired coats, dusty rose, lighter shades of grey and mixed navy, mulberry and acid green paired with her infamous ribbed sleeves, oversized hoods and fur-every piece is a statement piece and is going to be your favorite investment for years to come.
New this season, Sentaler has teamed up with Sick Kids Foundation to donate 25% of sales from their hats. Look cute and give back? Yes please.
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