Poppy Barley

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Founder's Letter

A Travel-Inspired Collection, Rooted In Canada

Our Co-founder Kendall reflects on summers past, our current collection, and the future of Poppy Barley.

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The Wanderer

The Best Places To Visit In Calgary This Summer

Since our earliest beginnings, Poppy Barley has found a second home in Calgary. It was the site of our first ever out-of-town popup shop, and the place many of our friends and customers call home.

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The Wanderer

Jet Off For A Weekend In Winnipeg

We asked the twin sister duo at Jenna Rae Cakes in Winnipeg about the very best places to check out when visiting the city.

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The Look

One Sandal. Five Women. Nothing But Love.

If we were giving an award for the style most coveted by our audience of influencers, stylists, and fashion professionals, the Niagara Cross Mule would handily take the crown.

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The Wanderer

An Insider’s Guide To A Weekend In Edmonton

We’ve loved traveling across the country this Summer, but there really is no place like home. We asked our Co-Founder and Edmonton-booster Justine Barber to give us her picks for the best places to visit in town.

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The Read

New(ish) Dads of Poppy Barley

There is no guidebook for becoming a dad. Even the most seasoned and competent planner is going to have a host of curveballs thrown his way in the first few years.

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The Wanderer

Three Things To Do In Regina This Summer

Saskatchewan is so much more than farmer’s fields. We tapped Regina native and Hillberg & Berk CEO, Rachel Mielke to give us the must-go places when visiting Saskatchewan’s capital city.

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The Look

One Sandal Three Ways

You don’t need an occasion to wear a heel. Sometimes you just want to add some height, elongate your leg line, or feel a bit sassier than you do in a flat.

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The Wanderer

Vancouver Travel Guide: Explore The City Like A Local

Make the most out of your Vancouver Summer vacation! We asked jewelry designer Melanie Auld and her Brand Director Nikki Smith to give us their tips for the best places to visit.

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The Wanderer

A Summer Travel Guide To Summerland, Okanagan

We’re kicking off our Canadian Summer Road Trip in Summerland. Our Brand Experience and Product Manager, Jane shares her favourite spots in the Okanagan Valley.

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The Product

A Deep Dive Into Summer With Designer, Leah

Poppy Barley Designer, Leah breaks down everything that went into bringing our 2018 Summer Collection to life.

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Sustainability Roundup—How Did We Do, and What’s Next?

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.

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The Wanderer

#CanadaAtYourFeet Contest

Show us YOUR Canada this Summer—and be entered to WIN a pair of Sandals!

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The Read

Good To The Last Drop: Poppy Barley Releases A Limited Edition Reusable Mug

How we can make small, meaningful changes to reduce our environmental impact and promote sustainable practices in our everyday lives?

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The Conversation

What Fashion Revolution Week Means to the People Helping to Shape It

Meet four like-minded companies, brands, and individuals who are working hard to create a more equitable and green fashion industry.

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Founder's Letter

A Personal Note—And a 2018 Announcement

Work only works when life works. And when life isn’t working, you need a support team. Our co-founders share a personal story about their dad’s passing, and reveal the details behind Poppy Barley’s Southgate Flagship move.

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The Read

The Gift of Time: The Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute

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.

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The Conversation

In Her Shoes: Brittni Jessie, Leon Bridges

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.”

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