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Style Guide: 3 Favourite Mountain Looks

Dec. 20, 2015
By Ashley Materi
Photos by Colin Ferguson

Whether you’re on Banff Avenue or on the slopes, we’ve got you covered with this season’s best clothing, accessories, outerwear and gear.

Powder Hound

Stylish snow seekers embrace high-tech gear that’s comfortable on both the chairlift and the descent. (more…)

6 Ways to Stay Warm in Style

By Where Staff

Wherever you’re shopping in the Canadian Rockies this winter, we’ve got you covered for cold weather style.

Photo: Courtesy of Hudson's Bay Banff

Photo: Courtesy of Hudson’s Bay Banff

Banff Shops

Stay cozy with a luxurious fitted down-filled jacket. This new design from Snowflake has a belted rouched waist and zipper details—the perfect mix of elegance and edginess. Soft fur frames the face, but can be removed for a different look.


The Art of Holiday Giving

We scoured the city and found dozens of exceptional presents from home and abroad—
for family, friends and colleagues on your gifting list. Click on the images below for a peek at the products included in our holiday gift guide, and be sure to check out Where Toronto‘s November issue for the full feature.

Calgary on a Dime, Part II

Discover our favourite budget-friendly stores and restaurants, where you’ll find quality eats and merchandise for $20 or less.


Weekend brunch at River Café
This idyllic café sits in the middle of Prince’s Island Park. Specializing in a regional, seasonal menu, they take the idea of Canadian cuisine seriously—the chefs even have their own garden. Brunch is a great way to experience the restaurant when you’re on a budget.
Cost: Most brunch dishes are listed at under $20

A cone from MacKay’s Ice Cream
It’s a bit outside of Calgary (in Cochrane) but this handmade ice cream in 15 flavours is worth the drive. This is a family-run business that has been serving its own ice cream since 1948.
Cost: $2.50 – $7.50

Country-style roast beef dinner at Smuggler’s Inn
A 7-oz.-cut of Alberta prime rib served au jus with fresh vegetables and red jacket mashed potatoes. Plus, a choice of soup, their own baked bread, and a trip to their long salad bar.
Cost: $18.95