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12 Made-in-Canada Clothing Brands to Shop

12 Made-in-Canada Clothing Brands to Shop

Looking to shop from some made-in-Canada clothing brands?

Whether you’re looking to support local Canadian companies or just shop more sustainably, there are plenty of amazing made-in-Canada clothing brands you can shop.

While clothing that’s made here in Canada can be a little more on the pricier side, the plus is that the pieces tend to be more well-made, and you’re supporting our local economy!

Here are some of the best made-in-Canada fashion and clothing brands to shop.

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Made-in-Canada clothing brands


Hoi Bo

Hoi Bo makes basics with a unique twist at their Toronto studio, and I love the modest and oversized style of their pieces.

They use timeless colours that you can literally wear forever without them ever going out of style.

They have clothing, bags, and jewelry that are all handmade in their studio and retail store in the Distillery District.

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My picks: Cotton Gathered Slacks ($198 CAD), Supima Cotton Structured Slim Slacks ($228 CAD), Linen Mini Dress ($268 CAD)


Encircled

Encircled is another sustainable fashion brand in Toronto that makes basics with a twist.

Their pieces are cozy enough for home, yet dressy enough for the office.

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Their clothes are also made in Toronto using eco-friendly fabrics, and they’re a Certified B Corporation!

My picks: Dressy Legging ($138 CAD), Dressy Sweatpant ($162 CAD)


Muttonhead

A cool thing about Muttonhead is that all their pieces are completely unisex, and a lot of their clothing is made up of cozy basics.

All of Muttonhead’s pieces are made in Canada, and their crewnecks and sweatpants are ethically made in Toronto!

My picks: Camping Hoodie & Sweatpants ($128 & $105 CAD), Cabin Crew ($124 CAD)


OkayOk

OkayOk makes modern clothing for women, men, and kids, all made in Toronto.

A lot of their pieces are basics, using cotton fabrics milled in Scarborough and Montreal and sewn in Etobicoke and Toronto.

They also have a lot of cool graphic tees, which they design and print themselves at their studio in the city.

My picks: Double Rose Tee ($45 CAD), Leigh Luxe Cotton Top ($45 CAD), Everyday Bike Shorts ($49)


Miik

Miik is another Toronto-based women’s sustainable clothing brand, and their pieces are made not far from their Toronto office.

While I’d say a lot of their pieces are for a more mature crowd, they’ve still got some gorgeous pieces that I’d totally rock (like this Blakely Jumpsuit).

My picks: Bridget Dress ($169 CAD), Koloa Romper ($179 CAD), Blakely Jumpsuit ($195 CAD)


La Leur

La Leur makes gorgeous and sustainable clothing here in Toronto, and if you’re a fan of brands like Aritzia, you’ll love La Leur’s pieces.

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They source their eco-friendly fabrics from around the world, and their clothing is handmade in Toronto.

Since they’re a bit newer, they don’t have a large selection of pieces yet, but their current selection is stunning!

Their packaging is 100% compostable and zero-waste, which is really nice!

They also donate 2% of their profits each year to charitable causes, which I think is amazing.

My picks: Mimi Bustier ($145 CAD), Juliette Skirt ($129 CAD), Ella Pant ($259 CAD)

LOCATION: Toronto, ON

Mimi Bustier from La Leur, a Toronto-based sustainable clothing brand
The Mimi Bustier from La Leur.
Juliette Skirt from La Leur, a Toronto-based sustainable clothing brand
The Juliette Skirt from La Leur.

Horses Atelier

Horses Atelier makes gorgeous feminine pieces that are handmade in Toronto using natural fabrics sourced from family-owned mills in Italy and Japan.

Their jumpsuits are absolutely amazing, but all their pieces are stunning.

Their flagship store is located around the corner from Trinity Bellwoods Park!

My picks: Belted Field Suit ($415 CAD)


La Reyna

If you’re a lover of bodysuits, you’ll love La Reyna.

It’s another sustainable Toronto fashion brand by local influencer Kristina Pittam!

They design and create their pieces in Toronto and Hamilton, and they source their fabrics from Montreal.

40% of their fabrics are made out of recycled materials, but they’re working towards becoming more sustainable.

My picks: The Moss ($138 CAD), The Crawford ($138 CAD), The Lawson ($92 CAD)


Ūnika

Ūnika offers both custom and pre-made swimwear pieces that are ethically made in Toronto using sustainable fabrics.

They have a lot of unique styles with ruffles, cutouts, and all sorts of fun stuff.

Their swimsuits are made from a fabric called ECONYL, a nylon yarn made from fishing nets, plastic scraps, and fabric scraps from landfills and oceans.

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An awesome thing about ECONYL is that it can be recycled infinitely without losing its quality, so it can constantly be recycled and reused!

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My picks: Zaina One Piece ($166 CAD), Harper One Piece ($169 CAD), Tasia One Piece ($248 CAD)


Beth Richards

Beth Richards is a Canadian swimwear brand that ethically makes their swimsuits in Vancouver.

I adore their fun prints and unique designs, including everything from frilly shoulders to strappy details!

They use recycled polyester made from water bottles for their pieces, and they produce limited quantities to reduce waste.

Plus, all of their swimwear has 50+ UVB protection to protect your skin from harsh UV rays!

My picks: Scrunchie One Piece ($250 CAD), Ines One Piece ($250 CAD), Kim Top & Kim Bottom ($110 CAD & $110 CAD)


The Anorak Jacket from Ecologyst, a Vancouver-based sustainable clothing brand
The Anorak Jacket from Ecologyst.

Ecologyst

Ecologyst is a BC-based outdoor brand that makes fewer products in small collections to reduce waste.

They use sustainable and biodegradable materials like organic cotton, merino wool, and tencel, and all of their pieces are made in North America and at their local factory in Victoria.

Their pieces are also guaranteed for life, which means they’ll fix your pieces for free if they get ripped or damaged!

1% of purchases also goes towards preservation and restoration of the planet, which is really cool.

Fun fact: they actually started off as a surfboard company!

My picks: Port Cardigan ($365 CAD), Hiking Shorts ($145 CAD), Twill Culottes ($125 CAD)


mycoatisblue

mycoatisblue designs and manufactures their outerwear in Toronto using Italian wool-blend fabrics.

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All of their coats are made-to-order, so it’s a lot less wasteful than producing large quantities ahead of time!

My picks: Britt Onyx ($550 CAD), Jewel Onyx ($625 CAD), Nikki Onyx ($575 CAD)


Made-in-Canada clothing brands:

  1. Hoi Bo
  2. Encircled
  3. Muttonhead
  4. OkayOk
  5. Miik
  6. La Leur
  7. Horses Atelier
  8. La Reyna
  9. Ūnika
  10. Beth Richards
  11. Ecologyst
  12. mycoatisblue

These were just a few awesome made-in-Canada clothing brands you need to know about!

Have you shopped from any of these made-in-Canada clothing brands before? What are some other awesome Canadian-made fashion companies? Let me know on Twitter or Instagram!

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