I believe the clothes we wear are a part of our stories. One of my personal role models and style icons is my mom who grew up just around the corner on Highland Avenue.

One Saturday morning in the sixties she went to class at Acadia University in a beautifully tailored pantsuit. It was her way to express her feminist rights for equality. Her professor was not amused, made it clear that there was no place for women’s liberation in that class and threw her out! But that didn’t stop my mom from wearing beautifully tailored pantsuits—or being her own woman.



This event was funded by Kentville Business Community, Town of Kentville, and Communities, Culture & Heritage.

Mural Site: 366 Main Street, Kentville Nova Scotia, Canada
 
Title: Sassy Pants