Now that the cold season is finally over, it's time to start busting out our notorious Montreal street fashion we are so well known for. Not that Montealers don't rock the winter look like absolute champs, but -25 can be rather limiting in terms of accessorizing, amirite?

The best way to get your wardrobe in order for the summer is a HUGE SHOPPING SAAAALE! La Braderie de Mode Québécoise is the sale you won't want to miss as there will be some 130 Quebec name-brand designers showcasing their hottest wares with up to a whopping 80% off on all goods. From jewelry, to accessories, women's and men's fashion, there's a li'l sumpin' sumpin' for everyone, oh and did we mention, there's up to 80% off?

On a side note - Is everything expensive or am I just fucking poor?

WHAT: La Braderie de Mode Québécoise

WHEN: April 16-19, 2015

WHERE: Marché Bonsecours

Check out the Facebook Page for more details and find the complete list of brands here.

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