10 proudly Canadian fashion brands to support this Canada Day and beyond

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Canada Day has officially arrived, and there's no better way to wear your Canadian tag loud and proud than by supporting Canadian brands. 

Some of our favourite picks to celebrate include iconic Canadian fashion brand Roots' cozy terry lounge wear, a wardrobe essential well before the pandemic began. The brand also has a stunning Canada Collection that include hoodies, sweatshirts and tank tops. 

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If you're after accessories, Mejuri, Bonlook and Jenny Bird are among the brands that have Canadians covered. Scroll through to check out even more of our favourite Canadian fashion brands to support this Canada Day and beyond. 

Roots

Roots. Image via Roots
Womens Cooper Canada Hoodie. Image via Roots

Roots is our iconic Canadian staple, famous for their leather bags and cozy sweatpants. The brand was founded in Toronto in 1973, and counts stars like Justin Bieber (who is often spotted in their sweats and onesies) among its fans.

SHOP IT: Roots, $92

Mejuri

Pavé Diamond Round Necklace. Image via Mejuri.
Pavé Diamond Round Necklace. Image via Mejuri.

Toronto-based jewelry company Mejuri was co-founded by Noura Sakkijha in 2012. The fine jewelry brand, now seen on celebs like Selena Gomez and Gigi Hadid, boasts minimalist style with a focus on fair and accessible prices. 

SHOP IT: Mejuri, $530

Dynamite Clothing

Dynamite Clothing. Image via Dynamite Clothing
Seamless Sweetheart Tube Top. Image via Dynamite Clothing

Dynamite Clothing is a brand from Montreal, offering stellar designs at an affordable price point. From lounge wear to evening wear to work ensembles, the brand is always ahead of the curve when it comes to market trends. 

SHOP IT: Dynamite, $25

Garage Clothing

Garage Clothing. Image via Garage Clothing
Shay Seamless Twisted Tank. Image via Garage Clothing

Also from Montreal, Garage is a clothing store that's geared primarily towards young women. Their clothing is cute and classic — a perfect fit for chill, relaxed wear. 

SHOP IT: Garage, $25

Bonlook

Femme Libre glasses. Image via Bonlook
Femme Libre glasses. Image via Bonlook

This Canadian eyewear brand was created by Sophie Boulanger in 2011. The company has already earned a solid reputation thanks to their on-trend and affordable eyewear and their celebrity collaborations, including Quebec TV personality Maripier Morin and two-time Olympic ice dancing champion Tessa Virtue.

SHOP IT: Bonlook, $149

Peace Collective

Toronto -Vs- Everybody T-Shirt - Ivory. Image via Peace Collective.
Toronto -Vs- Everybody T-Shirt - Ivory. Image via Peace Collective.

Designed in Canada, Peace Collective is famous for their "Toronto Vs Everybody," "Home is Canada" and "Canadian as F**k" sweatshirts, shirts and hoodies. Celebrate Canada Day with pride as you sport these iconic ensembles. 

SHOP IT: Peace Collective, $35

Frank and Oak

The Cropped Half-Zip Fleece Sweatshirt in Bright White. Image via Frank and Oak.
The Cropped Half-Zip Fleece Sweatshirt in Bright White. Image via Frank and Oak.

Frank and Oak is a Montreal-based sustainable brand that caters to both womenswear and menswear. This powerhouse brand is known for their quality, eco-friendly clothing and a personalized style experience that takes the work out of shopping.

SHOP IT: Frank and Oak $100

Mani Jassal

Hedwig Joggers. Image via Mani Jassal.
Hedwig Joggers. Image via Mani Jassal.

Based in Toronto and started by designer Mani Jassal in 2014, the brand has created a community of women celebrating the multiple layers of their identity and upbringing. It's a division between an ethnic and everyday wardrobe that combines effortless style and luxury craftsmanship.

SHOP IT: Mani Jassal, $210

Smash + Tess

The Sunday Romper. Image via Smash + Tess.
The Sunday Romper. Image via Smash + Tess.

Known for their range of cozy rompers and celebrity collaborations (hello Hilary Duff!), Smash + Tess designs sustainable comfy classics. The brand is based out of Vancouver, and their stylish rompers are designed in their signature bamboo and cotton blend.

SHOP IT: Smash + Tess, $119

Jenny Bird

Studio Bracelet. Image via Jenny Bird.
Studio Bracelet. Image via Jenny Bird.

Jenny Bird is quickly becoming one of Canada’s leading fashion jewelry designers, with the line's bold contemporary pieces that have become a celebrity favourite. From Mandy Moore to Kylie Jenner and Mindy Kaling, her pieces have been sought after by many in Hollywood and around the world.

SHOP IT: Jenny Bird, $130

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