For all my out-of-town customers…I haven’t forgotten about you! The Moving Sale has moved online. It was just too difficult to keep track of online and in-person sales at the same time. So now that my Pre-Christmas Moving Sale event is done, it’s your turn.

And for those of you who couldn’t make it to the in-person event because of the weather, here’s a second chance to shop from the comfort of your home.

Thank you to everyone who did make it out. We raised $100 for the Ottawa Food Bank for their Holiday Food Drive. Every little bit helps families in need at this time of year. Thank you for your donations.

And last but not least, a big thank you to Nancy Livingstone of Herbal Maker for making her way across town from the East end of the city to offer her delicious dried herbs in a jarartisan honey, Herb Lover’s Agenda, and linen tea towels. Click on the links to shop Nancy’s home grown Canadian products.

Now without further ado, here’s a quick preview of some of the styles that are still available online.

 

The new styles – the Linda Bamboo Tunic and the Maddison Bamboo Zip-up – are 25% off. Everything else is an extra 25% off the already low SALE price. To shop online and get the 25% discount, use coupon code MOVINGSALE on checkout. Keep in mind, All Sales are Final.

Shop Online Here

If you’re in the Ottawa area and prefer to try things on before purchasing, then book a personal shopping appointment with me by sending an email to colleen@cokanna.ca or text message to 613-863-8893.

Also I have some sample items still available at $25 but you’ll need to shop in-person for these as they don’t have sizes. And there are a few seconds available as well.

Happy Shopping!

Until next time…

~ Colleen

Colleen Kanna, Photo by Anna Epp Photography

I’m a recovering Chartered Accountant and Breast Cancer Champion turned Fashion Designer. My COKANNA Canadian-made bamboo clothing is all about comfort and style. Giving back to the community is important to me so I support local breast cancer organizations who treat the whole person and not just the disease.