It’s no secret that the Duchess of Sussex loves Canadian fashion, having worn Sentaler, Soia and Kyo, Mackage, Aritzia and more over the past few years. After recent news that she and Harry have moved to Canada, we suspect her penchant for local labels will only grow.
With no shortage of talent in the country, we’ve rounded up 11 Canadian brands we’d love to see Markle add to her wardrobe.
This Vancouver-based team uses completely repairable and recyclable cotton denim to make jeans. Now that Markle is no longer required to follow the royal dress code, which limits the wearing of jeans to only the most casual of outings, we’ll be on the lookout to see if Markle adopts the Canadian tuxedo… with the help of this sustainable denim brand.
We’d love to see her in the Pamela jean.
Frank And Oak
Frank And Oak’s environmentally conscious clothing is designed in Canada, and made with recycled materials. This brand is Certified B Corporation with a focus on equality and investing in community, so there’s plenty of reasons to buy into this brand.
We’d love to see her in the Camp Collar Blouse.
Classic and refined for the modern woman—it has been worn by the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow and Kate Hudson—Obakki designs everything from loose-bodied dresses to scarves. It also has a philanthropic aspect, with its very own registered charity focusing on providing clean water and education in Africa.
We’d love to see her in the Sola dress.
This jewellery brand effortlessly merges modern-day with nostalgia. It draws its inspiration from around the world, bringing global stories back to Toronto where pieces are conceptualized and hand-crafted into wearable silhouettes.
We’d love to see her in the gold Forget Me Knot Ring.
This womenswear label based in Toronto takes the simplest of silhouettes (dresses, blazers, etc.) and turns them into a spectacle. Small tailoring details allow each piece to stand out, whether it be with an asymmetrical hem or an exaggerated shoulder.
We’d love to see her in anything from the FW20 collection.
This Toronto-based label offers minimalist wardrobe staples that stand out with avant-garde details and juxtaposed materials.
We’d love to see her in the Black Snap-Front Dress.
Cuchara jewellery adds elegance to edgy and playful pieces. This Toronto-based line of jewellery, by Vancouver-raised designer Edilou Canedo, combines island bohemian chic with grimey city edginess—the perfect combination of the two cities.
We’d love to see her in the Mia Hoops.
Leah Alexandra Jewellery
Leah Alexandra Jewellery is inspired by travel and the beauty of raw materials. According to the brand, it uses the natural beauty of gemstones to “serve as a daily reminder of how fascinating and precious our planet is.” And the studio is a gem in itself. Tucked away on a side street, behind a vine-covered courtyard in one of Vancouver’s oldest buildings, the showroom and studio feature exposed brick walls and a cozy fireplace. Leah Alexandra Jewellery pieces have been worn by Jessica Alba, Reese Witherspoon and Canadian Tessa Virtue.
We’d love to see her in the Bardot Cuff.
Horse Atelier’s timeless pieces, including overalls, jumpsuits and blouses, are designed after travels across islands, deserts and Canada’s north, and are made with natural fabrics sourced from family-owned mills.
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We’d love to see her in the Belted Field Suit.
These modern statement jewellery pieces and contemporary essentials provide the perfect finishing touch for any style. Truly a Canadian favourite.
We’d love to see her in the Dee Pendant.
Laurie Fleming’s ethereal Asrai Garden Rings are bespoke pieces, handcrafted in a Toronto studio. From the band right down to the jewels and floral arrangement sitting on the ring, customers can choose every detail. Perfect for Meghan given her love of personalized pieces.
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We’d love to see her in her own bespoke ring.
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