Canadian made boys clothing is created by individuals and businesses across the country. If you know of any boys clothing made in Canada please forward the information so I can add them to the site.
Canadian Made Boys Clothing
My name is Jennie, I am the creator of Brok Boys, mom to 4 of the sweetest boys – the reason we were created. We call the sunny Okanagan (BC) home and love to spend our time swimming, skiing and snuggling while watching movies…with wine of course.
Brok Boys was created over 8 years ago with a love for deliciously soft fabrics and flattering cuts. We try to make pieces that your whole family will love. Everything is made here in BC by local seamstresses and a small manufacturing firm in Vancouver, BC. And 2 amazing and very part time shop assistants helping behind the scenes! Part of the boys clothing made in Canada directory.
I love a seriously, well dressed MINI. What I love more is when it’s my MINI. This was how it all began in 2015. Running with nothing more than a genuine love of creating and a euphoric high when I could say “yeah…I made that”, MINI Street was born. In such a short time, the brand has grown to include your bigger MINIs as well as a few Mama twinning pieces…because #TwinningIsWinning.
If you’re all about having that MINI and strutting around town showing off their sweet style. Then you’ve come to the right place. Go take a peek, I dare you to not come back and tell me you want a Mama version in all of it! Believe me…happiness is twinning with your MINI.
Haven kids was born out of a love of childhood. Allowing my kids the freedom to be themselves and to let their imaginations run wild. They really are only this little for so long. As firm believers that style need not be sacrificed in exchange for comfort, our mission is to create a clothing line that allows kids to be kids and look amazing while doing it. We are drawn to simple designs and muted earthy tones that are easily paired with one another from season to season. Our designs are classic and timeless, but above all else, they are comfortable, eco-friendly and ethically made.
Locally and ethically made in British Columbia, Canada using only the softest bamboo fabrics.
In downtown Brampton, Perpetual Bazaar is a retail outlet for selling on consignment handicrafts made by seniors and adults with special needs. Located on the west side of Main Street North in the first storefront south of Nelson Street West. We have been in existence in Brampton for over 45 years. We opened in our new location at 111 Main Street on June 1st 2016. The store is run solely by volunteers (you do not have to be a senior to volunteer with us). and offers an outlet for the amazing creativity and experience of our Seniors.
We specialize in one of a kind gifts and household items that have been crafted with the utmost of care.
Kid’s Stuff [Trucs d’enfants] offers grow with me and unisex garments, made in Montreal with environmentally friendly fabrics. Part of the Canadian made boys clothing directory.
Spruce Grove, AB
As a mom of two small children I realize just how quickly children grow! Seeing how fast they out-grow their clothing, the need for comfort and a little fashion….I quickly put my sewing and designing skills to use. The answer: Grow-With-Me Bamboo clothing!! These awesome and unique garments fit 3 sizes in 1!! My 19 month old and 4.5 year old can wear the same size!
Not only does this save a parent time and money but I added another amazing feature….Bamboo! Bamboo, one of natures most luxurious fibres. So soft, breathable, eco friendly and hypoallergenic. What more could a parent ask for then to wrap their little ones in soft Bamboo goodness!
My custom prints are sourced from near and afar, many are designed and custom printed by local Mamas in my area. My inspiration comes from living in rural Alberta where I am blessed to enjoy the Rocky mountains, lakes, trees and wildlife! Everything is ethically designed and handmade in Spruce Grove, Alberta, Canada by myself. Part of the boys clothing made in Canada directory.
Based in the Laurentians, PEAKBWA contributes to the local economy by proudly collaborating with more than twenty partners, subcontractors and local suppliers. An alternative that leaves a positive footprint for people and the environment.
In order to support the local economy, we design and manufacture our items in Quebec. The clothes in our collections are worn two to three times longer than traditional clothes! Our exclusive patterns are unisex and tell about our beautiful region. Part of the boys clothing made in Canada directory.