Top 10 Canadian Fashion Retailers

Canada has been attracting fashion brands from all over the world for some time now. Recently, however, Canada is becoming kind of a fashion house itself. Sure, the country is no France when it comes to high-end fashion, but Canadians are slowly getting there. Rather than designing clothes, Canada is a great place to shop for clothes. Unlike in many other similar countries, Canadian clothing shops and retailers participate in numerous credit card rewards programs: http://www.creditcardfaq.ca/credit-card-types/rewards-credit-cards-offer-discounts-and-incentives. Many retailers also offer store credit cards to gather up points, which can be quite lucrative around the end of the year when Christmas shopping sprees start. Also, many Canadian retailers participate in credit card programs for bad credit: http://www.creditcardfaq.ca/credit-card-types/secured-cards-for-customers-with-tarnished-credit. Clothing can be expensive in this part of the world. So, participating in such loyalty and rewards programs can be enormously beneficial for shoppers. Read more here.

Here is the rundown on the top 10 best Canadian fashion retailers:

1. Aritzia

Aritzia is one of the best-known high-end shopping stops in Canada. This retailer is known for offering a number of luxury and semi-luxury styles. Plus, Aritzia is a great destination for stylish and comfortable clothes. Sure, prices can be a bit high, but the breathable and chic material is totally worth it. They also have excellent winter attire like feature-soft blanket scarves.

2. Winners

Winners is proof that popular Canadian retailers are not confined to pricey ones. This is the department store for fashion-conscious people on a budget. Winners offer a wide range of clothing, accessories, and merchandise. You can shop all day, but you can still save up some money and not make your wallet weep.

3. Hudson's Bay

This beloved Canadian retailer has everything from Free People to Dolce & Gabbana. Considering the number of low to high end brands available, shopping at Hudson's Bay can take some time. But that's nothing compared to the bargains you can get.

4. Joe Fresh

It's hard to believe that the all-time favourite Canadian retailer Joe Fresh began selling as a measly supplier to a local grocery store. Now it is Canada's most recognized fashion retailer with multiple stores located all over the country. It even has an outlet in New York City now. Joe Fresh offers highly affordable and comfortable clothes with simple and unassuming designs. This is basically the best place to shop for casual clothes befitting all body types.

5. Simons

Originally from Quebec, Simons is now a major brand for comfortable clothing in Canada. It's a one-stop-shop for clothes and merchandise of all kinds for the while family. As far as department stores go, Simons is a mammoth. But no one will mind shopping for hours here.

6. ALDO

When Canadians want a pair of great shoes and accessories to go with it, they go to ALDO's. This beloved retailer sells gorgeous clothing accessories and merchandise that those on a budget will especially love.

7. Lululemon

Lululemon is more than a Canadian activewear brand; it is now a beloved international, almost cult-like brand. It offers highly fashionable workout clothes meant to make sessions comfortable as well as stylish. Many Canadians, and Americans, would not dare do yoga without their Lululemon pants.

8. Herschel

This retailer originally specialised in trendy backpacks. Now, Herschel is the go-to shop for all school and college-related attire and baggage needs.

9. Roots

Roots is the top choice of all fashionable Canadians for crazy comfortable sweat pants. Their sweat pants and hoodies also make you look great.

10. Mendocino

Mendocino is known for their sexed-up evening dresses, provocative tops, and also jumpsuits, for some reason. Mendocino, along with sister outlet M for Mendocino, is a favourite among Canadian millenials. These stores have outfits suited for all occasions, be it interviews, work, parties, weddings or funerals. When you are shopping next in Canada, it'll probably be at one of the above mentioned retailers.

 

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