Spring and Summer Fashion with Coal Miner's Daughter
Here at Clementine Fields, we’re passionate supporters of #girlbosses and small business owners. We wanted to highlight one of our favourite local shops and introduce you to our friends at Coal Miner’s Daughter.
Take a look at this sneak peek of their spring/summer look book, while learning the story behind the brand.
Image above, dress by Sara Duke.
All items by Eve Gravel.
Coal Miner’s Daughter was born from late night chats between Janine Haller and Krysten Caddy. Janine, was a graduate of Dalhousie’s Costume Design, and Krysten studied advertising and spent years as a jewellery buyer. These talks between friends began as expression of their dreams of opening their own boutiques.
Top Jennifer Glasgow, pants Noa Noa.
In 2009 they decided to go for it and opened a boutique in a tiny studio in historical Mirvish Village, bringing together their love for Canadian made clothing, jewellery, and accessories.
Eight years later and Coal Miner’s Daughter now has grown to three full-size boutiques in downtown Toronto; Queen Street West (Where you can pick up your Clementine Fields orders), Roncesvalles, and in the Junction.
Noa Noa dress, 1130 bag, Melissa Nepton jacket.
Janine and Krysten are passionate about supporting Canadian designers and have committed to stocking at least 80% of their inventory with Canadian designers and brands.
Dress by Amanda Moss.
FYI: We offer free local pickup in downtown Toronto at Coal Miner's Daughter, 744 Queen Street West. Place an order with us, then pop into CMD the following day to get your goodies and shop around this awesome locally-owned boutique for Canadian-made clothing, accessories, and jewellery.
Ingrid is wearing Noa Noa’s Moss Floral dress.
Visit Coal Miner's Daughter online or in person.
CMD lookbook photos curtesy of Coal Miner's Daughter. Photographer: Joseph Fuda, Makeup and hair: Misty Fox, Models: Delaney and Jazba, Styled by CMD.