It’s always the perfect time to include new pieces in your wardrobe, especially when they’re from Canadian brands. From a variety of trendy sweaters, chic jackets, essential trousers, and more, you can’t go wrong with any of them. You need to have these Canadian brands on your radar the next time you decide to shop. Stay trendy and chic with these pieces, season after season.
Here are Canadian Brands To Add To Your Wardrobe.
I’m sure you’re quite familiar with this Canadian company. Dynamite is an awesome women’s brand that has a variety of clothing for every occasion. From dressy outfits, to luxe loungewear, you’re going to find something that you love. Go check out its sister store, Garage, as well!
Made For The People is all about offering sustainable apparel and accessories created with a purpose. Check out the newly released Unisex Upcycled Collection of must-have loungewear, as well as face coverings, bamboo straws, and more!
Kuwalla Tee prides itself on being eco-friendly and minimizing waste, without compromising quality, style, comfort, and affordability. All of the brand’s packaging is made from recyclable and biodegradable material and it’s also a proud partner of 1% for the planet!
At Liberty Clothing, its mission is to produce Eco friendly clothing and high-quality products that inspire consumers to make sustainable choices. From t-shirts to pants, the brand carries a variety of affordable ethical clothing including hemp merchandise.
Contemporary, fashionable, and affordable, Lambert’s bags and accessories are made for people on the go who aren’t willing to compromise ethical and sustainable standards for the trendiest of styles. Lambert’s bags and accessories are Canadian-designed, PETA-certified, and authentically stylish. Made from PU leather (polyurethane), Lambert is changing the vegan leather world with its multifunctional bags that are made to last!
The lovely Okakie is based in Vancouver, Canada. The brand embodies individuality and the fight for the perfect fit. Okakie creates a community where sizing labels don’t matter, all that matters is the confidence these clothes spark in you.
Vancouver-based company Smash+Tess has changed the game for day-to-night clothing. Its pieces can transition seamlessly with comfort and style.
Vitae Apparel is an awesome Canadian brand that is a go-to for athletic-wear and loungewear. The material is so soft and luxe, you’re going to be choosing these pieces all the time. It’s also very focused on building a community to empower women.
Tentree is dedicated to finding and sourcing the most sustainable fibres and materials available. The brand takes great pride in finding better, healthier, and more eco-progressive solutions for its customers. In addition to placing such a large focus on amazing materials, tentree plants 10 trees per every item purchased. How cool is that?
Pure Balanxed is another one of the Canadian brands that you need to check out. The brand has confidence written all over it — literally. Each piece has beautiful messages of affirmation on the tags and some even on the clothing to remind every woman that they are strong and supported.
Mayana Geneviere, founded by Nadine Woods, is a fast-growing luxury lingerie start-up that is BIPOC female-founded and owned. All of its garments are ethically made, using sustainable fabrics in Toronto. The brand creates one-of-a-kind, eco-friendly undergarments that empower women through supportive fit and conscious design, allowing them to feel beautiful, comfortable, and equally sensual. Most notably, MG is home to the world’s only bra that women can nurse with, without a clasp.
The Canadian brand Kotn is a fan favourite for those minimal yet super chic pieces for men and women. Ethically made from authentic Egyptian cotton, the quality is seriously remarkable. You need to grab your wardrobe staples from here.
Viberg’s number one priority is quality. Specializing in men’s shoes, the brand creates footwear made to last and withstand the test of time.
The Canadian brand has super feminine classic pieces that are perfect to add to collection. Created with wonderful textures and colours, Eliza Faulkner is definitely a brand to keep an eye out for.
Andrea Iyamah, owned by Nigerian fashion designer Andrea Iyamah, is a clothing line strongly inspired by colour, ethnic cultures, nature and design elements that stay true to creating authentic clothing. The brand not only sells clothing, but also gorgeous swimwear and accessories.
Maguire is a women’s footwear and accessories led by two women. Each and every designed featured in stores or online are designed in Montreal and made at hand-picked manufacturers in Canada, Ethiopia, Greece, Italy, and beyond to ensure quality and a transparent price.
Established in 2008, Raised By Wolves had a goal of putting streetwear on the map for Canadians. With super cool designs and patterns, the brand has definitely succeeded.
ANNAFORA, founded by Maida Ghide, is a Canadian luxury design company, which is recognized for its unique use of natural fibers, in combination with avant-garde designs. Each piece made is the embodiment of African craftsmanship and carries strong historical and ethical ties. With storytelling as a signature, the brand brings together a combination of visual arts, to create collections for retail and display.
Pretty Denim was created by stylist Tahnee Lloyd-Smith and is known for offering timeless tailoring. Using signature denim materials, each piece is made in Canada with materials sources from North American mills.
Ursa Minor is a Canadian brand created in Montreal. Minimal and simple is the main focus for this company. The brand uses very high quality fabrics for each of its garments such as linen, organic cotton, and renewable, eco-friendly fibres.
LEZÉ The Label was founded in Vancouver back in 2017 by Tanya and Karen. It was created on the basis of wanting workwear that’s recycled, comfortable, and chic, all at the same time. Plus, sustainability is definitely at the forefront of the brand’s practices and manufacturing processes.
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