Poppy Barley

Why is it so difficult to find stylish boots that actually fit? This was the nagging question that led Kendall and Justine Barber to build Poppy Barley Made to Measure.

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Vancouver Travel Guide: Explore The City Like A Local
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Vancouver is truly one-of-a-kind. A bustling metropolis set amidst panoramic mountain views and nestled amongst lush vegetation and stunning coastal shores. There is no wonder that it continues to be one of Canada’s most beloved travel destinations. In a city filled with some of the top restauran...
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A Travel-Inspired Collection, Rooted In Canada
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Growing-up, my summer vacations never involved planes, foreign languages or far-flung destinations. Every summer, my parents loaded up our Dodge Caravan to explore Canada. My sisters and I would stakeout our territory in the mini-van and we’d drive for hours. As a family, we river-rafted down the...
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Jane in Summerland
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Our Brand Experience and Product Marketing Manager, Jane Sevick, recently took a weekend trip to Summerland. And of course, she made sure to pack a pair of Summerland Heeled Sandals to strut around in while she ate, shopped, and explored this jewel of the Okanagan. Read about Jane’s must-stop spo...
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#CanadaAtYourFeet Contest
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Show us YOUR Canada this Summer—and be entered to WIN a pair of Sandals! The post #CanadaAtYourFeet Contest appeared first on Poppy Barley.
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Sustainability Roundup—How Did We Do, and What’s Next?
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When it comes to setting and measuring goals, it’s important to take the time and mental space to step back and assess successes, opportunities, and ways to improve going forward. The post Sustainability Roundup—How Did We Do, and What’s Next? appeared first on Poppy Barley.
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What Fashion Revolution Week Means to the People Helping to Shape It
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Meet four like-minded companies, brands, and individuals who are working hard to create a more equitable and green fashion industry. The post What Fashion Revolution Week Means to the People Helping to Shape It appeared first on Poppy Barley.
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The Gift of Time: The Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute
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Our Director of Content shares how the Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute, Poppy Barley's Q1 charity partner, saved her dad's life—twice—and continues to change her own. The post The Gift of Time: The Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute appeared first on Poppy Barley.
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In Her Shoes: Brittni Jessie, Leon Bridges
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Last August, we met Brittni Jessie while she was headlining with Leon Bridges at EFMF. Here, she talks travel, music, and why—when it comes to great style—less is more: "You don’t need a lot of instruments to make a great song." The post In Her Shoes: Brittni Jessie, Leon Bridges appeared first o...
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A Personal Note—And a 2018 Announcement
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A Personal Note—And a 2018 Announcement
2017. Over. 2018. Onwards. 2017 challenged how work and life work together. We’re not talking about balance. We’re talking about life happening AND running a business. As business owners, we don’t have the ability to “turn-off work” when big life events happen. Justine discovered this when she re...
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When Happiness Drives Success
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When Happiness Drives Success
Almost 5 years into business, a new flagship store, and a new baby on the way, our co-founder, Kendall, believes that time is moving just the way it should. The post When Happiness Drives Success appeared first on Poppy Barley.
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