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Monday, 16 April 2018

Hello and HAPPY APRIL!
The team at I Will Be Charlie is going to be relocating at the end of the month. We apologize for the lack of activity on our social media accounts as we endure this transition period! We are also excited to announce that this summer we will be hitting the road for ‘The Vintage Project 18’ which you are able to read more into detail on the pervious blog entry. We are making it our full time job to find you the most amazing vintage pieces in North America! And we are so excited to bring you along on the ride and share the amazing finds with you.
On may 5th we will be having a shop relaunch – as we will finish up our move back west and have a variety of new items listed for you just in time for the summer – Although we will be sad to leave Montreal, Quebec we are even more motivated to create the most iconic vintage boutique out there and have big plans for the future – We would just like to say thank you to everyone who has supported us this year, We started ‘I Will Be Charlie’ in October 2017, and so far its been nothing but a dream come true! A big thank you to ASOS Marketplace for allowing us to pursue all our small business dreams.
We thank you again for your patience during this time, we will see you on May 5th for SHOP RE-LAUNCH
Don’t forget to follow us on Instagram for more frequent updates xx

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The Vintage Project '18

Monday, 01 January 2018

New Year New Vintage

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Farm House Love

Monday, 23 October 2017

Otherwise known as ‘The Acres’, sits a beautiful, multi acre, lot on the hill overlooking the small town of Revelstoke, British Columbia. A quant town nestled in the mountains, where railroading brought this town together. Now-a-days it is a well renowned ski destination for many people worldwide.
Revelstoke must be one of my favourite places in the world, a hidden gem of Canada where people drive past on the Trans-Canada Highway without realizing its beauty. Where you can wear overalls and gum boots to the local bar and no one is giving you funny looks. Where snow piles up so high in the winter where you can’t see front doors and best of all the beautiful victorian and rustic homes that still stand.
The acres is a farm house built in 1911 – and is now owned by some reckless young men who are following their big mountain dreams. We wanted to recreate the beauty of this old gem and re create images that could of once happened many years in the past.

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