ELLE (Canada) - - Letters -

On June 5, for the first time in ELLE Canada’s his­tory, we in­vited read­ers to join our editorial brain­storm­ing meet­ing for the cov­eted Septem­ber is­sue. We took over the Face­book Canada of­fices in Toronto for the live broad­cast. Here are the trends and sto­ries that got you talk­ing.

Chan­tal Carter

“Red is a nice change from the blacks and greys that dom­i­nate fall and win­ter. Slouchy boots sig­nify com­fort and ease to me.”

Deb­bie King

“I’m to­tally okay with the ’90s re­dux. Com­ing of age at 14, find­ing my­self at 41... stonewash and mu­sic tees seem ap­pro­pri­ate ei­ther way.”

Za­co­ria Hill

“I think women are dress­ing for women in that we are do­ing ex­actly what we want and not shad­ing each other for it. It’s like we’re high-fiv­ing each other for be­ing com­fort­able enough to do what we want.”

Colleen M. Cole

“Red shoes are my per­sonal state­ment piece—it dates back to my high-school days. But, yes, red lip­stick scares me!”

Emily Marie

“In­spired by this round table. I am ob­sessed with this whole con­cept and idea. Thanks for open­ing this up! If I could only be in a seat at that table.”

Leigh McPar­land

“That space skirt is SO Ms. Friz­zle chic. I love it. Loved this video; such a great idea.”

Jan Hal­var­son

“Thank you for shar­ing your vi­sion—look for­ward to see­ing the im­pact­ful is­sue!”

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