According to the Urban Dictionary the definition for a Canadian Tuxedo is:
The definition has expanded to any denim on denim type outfit. The Canadian Tuxedo goes through periods of “in fashion” followed by a periods of “fashion death”. Just depends on which way the wind is blowing. As you can probably guess it’s making a fashion comeback and since I am Canadian I love it.
On Tuesday I had lunch with a girlfriend at a lovely (posh) restaurant – the regulars are Bay St. Boys and Ladies Who Lunch. That’s what I wore on yesterdays post here. My reasoning with the chambray blouse was my children have swimming lessons after school and I know lunch is going to go later then expected and I still had to pick up my youngest, get home, change, make sure I have everything ready for lessons and deal with any other issue that arises. I needed to be ready with a quick change and the Canadian Tuxedo was an easy wear.
On a more serious note May is National Mobility Awareness Month.
“This May marks the 2nd annual celebration of National Mobility Awareness Month, when we encourage people with disabilities to embody the spirit of Life Moving Forward by raising awareness of the mobility solutions available in your community. Whether you are living with a disability or have dedicated your time to helping someone who is, we want to hear what makes them a Local Hero.
A very close family friend has a Godson who is in need of minivan that is wheel chair accessible. It only takes a minute to vote and change this families life. All votes count. I encourage you to read Ben’s story and vote here.