Canada is full of talented designers and great boutiques, sometimes you just have to find them! We rounded up some of our favourites for men, women and children from across the nation. Forget the duties & expensive shipping charges, below are the Canadian shopping websites you should know!

Canadian Shopping Websites For Women:

The September: A mecca for designer shoes, this women’s only online shopping destination carries brands such as Aquazurra, Cole Haan, Kate Spade, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Valentino and more. Prices on this website start at around $200.

NRML Femme: This Ottawa-based streetwear boutique features an extensive range of accessories, footwear and clothing but are best known for their collection of hard-to-find sneakers. Brands you’ll find at this shop include Nike, Vans, New Balance, Evil Twin, Matt & Nat, Karen Walker, Cheap MondayLevis and more.

Boutique 1861: This Montreal-based women’s boutique offers a selection of vintage inspired clothing and accessories at super affordable prices. Most notable from this online store are their selection of casual and formal dresses. Shipping on orders over $99 is free Canada-wide and shipping on any orders under is $5.

Armed: Recently voted in the Top Jewelry Stores in Toronto by BlogTO, Armed is a Toronto-based boutique that specializes in bold, handmade jewelry. The uniquely designed pieces feature materials such as shark teeth, brass and quartz sourced from around the globe. Prices start at around $30. Read our profile on Armed here.

Victoire Boutique: If you’re looking for a true Canadian shopping experience, this is it. Victoire, the Ottawa-born boutique, stocks jewelry, clothing, footwear and accessories, and focuses primarily on Canadian designers such as Betina Lou, eleven thirty, Valerie Dumaine and many more. Read our profile on Victoire Boutique here

VSP Consignment: Check out this online Canadian boutique if you’re looking to score major deals on gently used accessories, clothing and footwear from labels like Alexander Wang, Dries Van Noten, Celine, Chanel and more. Read our profile on VSP Consignment here.

TSOQ: The Store on Queen is a Toronto-based boutique that features a wide variety of trendy and fashion forward party dresses, tops, skirts outerwear and accessories. Prices start at around $40.

Oak + Fort: This Vancouver-born boutique features minimalist clothing, shoes and accessories for women. They also stock menswear. Prices are fairly reasonable with basics starting at starting at around $40.

Shop.StyleDemocracy.comWe don’t typically like to toot our own horn, but we’ve gotta say that our online shop is one of the best places to check out – especially if you’re looking for a good discount! Shop.StyleDemocracy.com is only open 3-4 times a month, but when we are open, we take up to 80% of some of the world’s most coveted brands. Online Pop-Up & Warehouse Sales we have hosted in the past include Fred Perry, the Hudson’s Bay Company Collection, French Connection, Timex and more. Sign-up for our mailing list to stay up to date with our latest events.

Canadian Shopping Websites for Men:

Vitaly: This Toronto-born brand is quickly catching fire. The brand is best known for their rings, but you’ll also find necklaces, pendants, tees and bracelets made of rare materials such as tungsten and more in their online shop.

Frank & Oak: Born in Montreal, this menswear boutique has some of the best menswear and customer service around. Once you create an account & answer questions about your style, Frank & Oak stylists suggest merchandise based on your preferences. The clothing & accessories are great quality, affordable, stylish and a favourite among StyleDemocracy men.

Park & Province: Launched in 2014, Park & Province is a Canadian menswear boutique that has rapidly gained community and national recognition. The boutique carries brands that specialize in what they do. Brands you’ll find in this shop include New Balance, Penfield, Thoroghcraft, Stutterheim and more.

ssense: Based in Montreal, ssense is a Canadian go-to for high-end designer labels such as Maison Martin Margiela, Helmut Lang, Valentino, Kenzo and more. The boutique also features a large selection of womenswear.

NRML: This Ottawa-based streetwear boutique features an extensive range of accessories, footwear and clothing but are best known for their collection of hard-to-find sneakers. Brands you’ll find at this shop include Nike, Vans, New Balance, Zanerobe, Fred Perry, Cheap Monday, Levis and more.

Shop.StyleDemocracy.comWe don’t typically like to toot our own horn, but we’ve gotta say that our online shop is one of the best places to check out – especially if you’re looking for a good discount! Shop.StyleDemocracy.com is only open 3-4 times a month, but when we are open, we take up to 80% of some of the world’s most coveted brands. Online Pop-Up & Warehouse Sales we have hosted in the past include Fred Perry, the Hudson’s Bay Company Collection, French Connection, Timex and more. Sign-up for our mailing list to stay up to date with our latest events.

 

Canadian Shopping Websites for Kids:

Mini Mioche: This Toronto-based boutique carries adult favourite brands in miniature form! You’ll find brands like Herschel, Converse, Hunter and more, plus Mini Mioche’s house line of children’s apparel, all made of organic cotton and in Toronto.

We’ll be updating this list regularly, so if we missed any of the best Canadian shopping websites, let us know in the comments below!

  • fstrdr

    Here is the problem with “Canadian” websites. First of all, besides yours, not many Canadian websites have good prices. When I shop online in the States, which I still do quite frequently, I get some of the lowest prices possible, especially when I use the shopping comparison engine shopping.google.com. That is the point of a “good” online site, to save money, not to merely just offer things which is exactly what most Canadian sites do. I’d say, the only things that are reasonably priced here are computer hardware and some things in Amazon, the rest of the Canadian shopping sites are grossly overpriced just like Canadian retail in general.

  • Alanna

    A lot of the stores on this list sell Canadian made product and are independent retailers. Are you saying we shouldn’t support the designers, independent store owners and makers in Canada? Let’s just buy everything from China on Amazon – ya that’s a great way to boost our economy.

  • fstrdr

    I’m all about supporting Canadian made good as long as you can prove they’re Canadian made, and a label isn’t enough, and as long as you’re not gouging as “as usual”, in the name of Made in Canada. Second of all, not all goods on Amazon are made in China and any retailer, Canadian and otherwise, especially small ones, can set up shop on Amazon, speaking of which.

  • http://www.mydreamcloset.ca designer consignment shop for women and men.

  • Leigh

    Recently discovered a new online shop that sells handmade Canadian artisan products – jewellery, home decor, journals, cards, etc. A range of prices and sale items – better than searching through Etsy when you’re looking for something of quality. http://www.cedarlake.ca

  • Anastasia Bobik

    I would add BabyStyle.ca – an online baby store in Canada that we buy our baby stuff. These guys are good! They are based in Toronto Canada & have free shipping https://www.babystyle.ca/
    We bought a stroller, carrier & car seat there, Received it in 2 days.
    They are all over the place online – https://youtu.be/f3CCaNCp7iY