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Made in Canada Tees, long sleeve shirts and beanies 20% OFF site-wide

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jaydubz wrote: Basically someone ordered some clothes with random measurements from a Canadian factory and opened a "clothing" store. Their men's tops look very poorly fitted even on their model.
Could have just ordered from a supplier like AlphaBroder and set up a Shopify store. The model looks like he wants to khs anyway.
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commandaria wrote: I bought the 3 pack. It came to $17 dollars a shirt as they didnt charge tax. Good deal for a staple. Hopefully it fits okay as their sizing in unisex.
This is actually a really decent price for made in Canada clothing. The only other place I know that does basics made in Canada like this for a similar cost is Stanfields and their shirts/underwear have gotten much thinner in recent times.
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supremePug wrote: You have to pay me to wear these awful looking clothes.
You don't need to buy them, you can stick to your Duck Dinasty Walmart t-shirts
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Lol, at people commenting on sizing. Are we not old enough to know fashion trends change. Remember the 90s withe everything loose fit? The 80s tapered jeans were in and just recently came back into fashion.


Never mind you can always buy a size up or down depending on which end of the scale you're at. Obviously, there small could be too loose if you're already petite and can't buy smaller.
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How much you wanna bet their fabrics are imported?
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Good luck OP. These look nice.
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Their clothing style looks extremely blend besides they are 'Made in Canada'. Thanks for sharing though, OP.
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Thanks for sharing OP. It is always good to try and shop Canadian, especially these days!

The clothes didn't inspire me too much but I scrolled through their Artisan section and the camera straps caught my eye. The wrist straps are similar to Gordy's brand but less expensive, especially after the 20% discount. I'll likely order a strap or two from them. Thanks!
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thanks! picked up a 3 pack of white tee's. a classic white tee is essential to every wardrobe. i also grabbed some face cream.
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As much as I want to support local biz, I just picked up 14 tshirts from AF for 78$. Part of the reasons is I know the cut fits me
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Desperadude wrote: As much as I want to support local biz, I just picked up 14 tshirts from AF for 78$. Part of the reasons is I know the cut fits me
Don't worry about it. To me at least, an important part of helping local businesses is to assess your options. Many have grown up using the same few brands without giving it a second thought and later ended up buying the same products for themselves. At some point you just forget the other options exist, local or not. Sometimes it's as simple as picking up the next product on the shelf and seeing where that takes you. That's how I ended up switching from Dawn to Biovert as my dish soap. Picked it up on special, loved the scent and degreasing power, discovered it was made right here in Canada and found out it was regularly on special at a better price than Dawn.
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Province of Canada is another Canadian brand making relatively affordable clothes: https://provinceofcanada.com/

Their fit seems to be a little bit better, but no sale as far as I can tell.
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czenxa wrote: Province of Canada is another Canadian brand making relatively affordable clothes: https://provinceofcanada.com/

Their fit seems to be a little bit better, but no sale as far as I can tell.
Well you get 15% off for subscribing to their newsletter. That's a start!
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czenxa wrote: Province of Canada is another Canadian brand making relatively affordable clothes: https://provinceofcanada.com/

Their fit seems to be a little bit better, but no sale as far as I can tell.
Careful with the size chart. Dimensions listed are the garments' dimensions and not the suggested chest size.
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dwfLuid wrote: Lol, at people commenting on sizing. Are we not old enough to know fashion trends change. Remember the 90s withe everything loose fit? The 80s tapered jeans were in and just recently came back into fashion.


Never mind you can always buy a size up or down depending on which end of the scale you're at. Obviously, there small could be too loose if you're already petite and can't buy smaller.


Since you want to school people about fashion, let me give you my two cents.

There are 'trends' because everyone is wearing them, and most of these trends do not last for the obvious reasons. In my opinion, most people who follow trends don't have a good sense of self, just blindly wearing whatever everyone else wears in the classroom.

There are classic and timeless pieces and styles that can follow a person for the rest of their lives. Think about Anna Wintour - her haircut and her outfits.

A nicely fitted plain white or black tee can be a timeless piece.

One day, you will grow up and realize that you don't have to follow every "trendy" abomination in order to be 'fashionable'. You should be more proud to own pieces that are 5 10 or even 20 years old and still get compliments.

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