When it comes to life on the prairies, most people think that it's nothing but people wearing Wrangler jeans and plaid shirts. Most people aren't wrong about that either. There is definitely a heavy dose of both of those things when it comes to assessing the style of our general population.
But as of late, we're starting to see a resurgence of style that would fit right in amongst the big fashion hubs such as Toronto or even New York. Our fashion scene may be small but there are a handful of tastemakers and trendsetters out there that are vamping up the style game and they're coming in hot.
Not wearing wranglers on a +30 day kind of hot, but the kind of stylish swagger that makes you tilt your sunglasses down and say, "Damn, that's hot." So, without further ado, here's a lineup of some of Saskatchewan's most stylish dudes according to Instagram.
Registration for the following two weeks will open on January 4 and only 30 people are permitted during each time slot so space is limited.
Skate times are 45 minutes and you have to leave the ice when your time is up.
There are COVID-19 rules in place, like maintaining a distance of at least two metres from other groups at all times. Masks are strongly recommended but only required inside Harvard Lounge and when physical distancing can't be done.
If the temperature is -20 C or colder, not including windchill, the rink will be closed to the public.
Iceville will be open for skating from December 31 to February 28, weather permitting.