We know you have lots of choices when it comes to shopping but one brand in particular that we can’t get enough of is Frank And Oak. Not only is the brand proudly Canadian, but Frank And Oak constantly has sustainability on the brain and is always looking for ways to up it’s game. Ahead of our Frank And Oak Warehouse Sale that’s taking place from July 6-10, we wanted to introduce you to the brand and share why we are such huge fans.
As we mentioned, Frank And Oak is super eco-conscious and has listed all of the sustainable practices it follows on its website. The brand’s clothes are made from mindfully-sourced fabrics and materials while tags are made from recycled and recyclable materials. In addition, the receipts it prints are printed on paper originating from sustainably managed forests. Frank And Oak’s stores are also built using recycled materials and the furniture you’ll find in-store is locally sourced or upcycled as much as possible.
Frank And Oak is proud to have Canadian roots in Montreal and ever since the brand was born in 2012, it’s been at the forefront of community and sustainability. The brand is known for taking part in beach and park cleanups in its hometown.
Need new duds but want someone else to do the shopping? Enlist the help of Frank And Oak’s Style Plan which is a monthly clothing subscription box. This is shopping at its easiest because all you have to do is simply answer a few questions and customize your order, and you’ll receive up to 4 on-trend items picked just for you, ranging from $29-$149.
There are lots of brands out there that rave about being transparent but never disclose details. Frank And Oak is different and after just a few clicks around its website, you’ll see lots of information about the brand’s design philosophy, fabrics, and factories. Frank And Oak has listed its sustainability goals on its website to hold itself accountable but to also let customers know what the company is striving toward.
A great pair of jeans that won’t break the bank can be tricky to find but at Frank And Oak, quality denim is one of the brand’s specialties. With a wide variety of cuts, fits, and styles to choose from, your next fave pair of jeans is waiting for you. Plus, you can feel good about your purchase because Frank And Oak’s denim is made with 95% less water, 79% fewer chemicals, and up to 50% less chemicals.
Craving a deal? Then don’t miss shopping the Frank And Oak Warehouse Sale that’s happening online from July 6-10. Shop everyday staples like tops, bottoms, outerwear, accessories, and much more for men and women for up to 70% off from this Canadian brand.
Looking for the perfect white tee or t-shirt dress? Frank And Oak’s selection of basics for men and women is known for being one of the best. This is the place to stock up on long-sleeved tees, tank tops, and sweatshirts that can all be dressed up or down.
In addition to pretty much everything from Frank And Oak being stylish and sustainable, the brand’s clothes and accessories are also super functional as well. Frank And Oak designs its clothes with purpose meaning that every product it cranks out is made to be as beneficial possible to customers as it is to the planet’s welfare.
Did you know that Frank And Oak originally launched as a menswear store? Well due to the mega success the brand experienced, it launched womenswear and we couldn’t be more thankful. The womenswear you can expect to shop is sleek, timeless, and versatile.
If you’re shopping in-store and need a little bit of help, then why not enlist some style advice from one of Frank And Oak’s pros? Whether you’re looking to curate a brand new wardrobe or have a big event coming up, Frank And Oak’s personal styling program is great to take advantage of.
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