Do You Buy Domestic Fashion?
Canada’s fashionable set dresses in styles from around the world, but that doesn’t mean that we don’t have great designers to explore right here at home. They just need to be sought out to add a Canadian but oh-so-stylish flair to your wardrobe. Open that closet up and really look at the tags. Do you buy domestic fashion . . . and if you don’t, why are you missing out?
For example, for basic casual fashion, you will definitely want to check out the t-shirts and casual dresses made by Ashley Rowe. Their splatter pattern is distinctive thanks to the three day process used to make each garment. The Toronto based designer uses cottons and blended fabrics for the pieces, ensuring a comfortable wearing experience.
Another designer to check out for bold patterns and designs is Zoran Dobric. Having received national recognition and starring roles at the Toronto fashion week, Dobric’s geometric prints and patterns can really make your closet stand out from the international fluttering ruffle fetish that is taking over the mid-range mall stores. You will be able to cut a very distinctive and very Canadian figure in Dobric’s clothes.
For loungewear and sportswear, Steven Sal Debus has also recently re-launched the Modrobes brand. Though its former forte was tracksuits, the new brand focuses on eco-friendly sportswear and riding coats for cyclists. You will find environmentally conscious materials and the chance to explore the great outdoors in materials sourced from around Canada.
Being fashionable in Canada doesn’t mean that you need to neglect supporting local designers. Their work can bring remarkable flair and versatility into your closet. You will also have pride that your clothes aren’t off the rack numbers available anywhere in the designer world, but only through the best style houses of Canada!
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