We have one Major League Baseball team here which is totally unfair. RIP Expos! But, c’est la life. Show your support for Canada’s boys of summer even though summer is over with this unofficial top from Toronto-based Crywolf clothing. The Toronto Jay Crop is oversized and boxy so it’ll look great with every pair of pants or skirts that you own. Even if you’re not a baseball fan, you’ve got to admit that this crop top is super cute, right? RIGHT?!?
BasicTableau is an Etsy store based in Montreal that is so perfectly curated you’ll want to buy everything. More importantly, you’ll want to buy this textured 90s bodysuit in sunflower yellow. Just because it’s fall doesn’t mean you can’t wear something with colour. It’s bright, it’s sunny and the flattering square neck line and low back say, “Hi, I’m better at clothes than you. Bow down.” Pair it with a skirt, denim or a denim skirt and you’ll look fly as eff while sipping on that pumpkin spice latte.
Handmade by Nallashop, this crewneck sweatshirt lets everyone know how you feel. Your quips are golden and every single one of them is a magical piece of wisdom. Sarcasm makes the world go ‘round. Without sarcasm things would get real stale, real quick. We don’t want a stale world. We want a world where you can get this cotton sweatshirt made to order in a variety of colours. Wear your sarcasm on your shirt because this is the world we do live in.
As one of the most influential books of all time, The Catcher in the Rye will forever hold the throne as the book that was emo before emo was emo. Now you can wear Holden Caulfield on your sleeve with this rad pin from janemount. Each pin is made of hard enamel with raised gold-plated outlines that J.D. Salinger would totally get a bang out of.
Just in time for leaf-peeping season, Adidas is releasing this super unique triple red colorway variation of the hugely -- and I mean, hugely -- popular NMD model, which combines the best of Adidas technologies with a progressive street-ready design and their trademarked Boost cushioning.
The "Solar Red" is set to drop tomorrow with a tag of $150 USD, but these guys are sure to fly off the [online] shelves quickly, so get on it!
In the 80s and 90s, Lisa Frank binders, stickers, folders, lunchboxes and notebooks were a must have. Between the brightly coloured unicorns, tigers and dolphins, Lisa Frank made your school supplies look like they were filtered through Willy Wonka’s Snapchat. Now you don’t have to settle only for school supplies. RageOn has teamed up with Lisa Frank to bring you all-over print apparel. Get the Forrest Crop Top and pay homage to the colourful days of yore.
Hard to believe, but it was twenty years ago today that Tupac Shakur succumbed to wounds sustained in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas. The man was/is a legend. Today, we Want & Need this pre-shrunk, 100% cotton women's Tupac Tank from Counter Culture. The print is also available on men's tees and crewneck sweatshirts.
Check it out here.
Why are people so obsessed with your sexuality? Ugh. It’s like they don’t understand the concept of BOUNDARIES. For those who are sick of being constantly asked if you’ve “changed your mind” or have decided to become “ungay”, there’s the Yup, Still Gay tee from Stuzo Clothing. Wear it to school, wear it to church, wear it to the grocery store, wear it everywhere because your sexuality is your business and you are awesome.
Whenever Hollywood makes a movie about Jackie Robinson they always gloss over the fact that he played for the Montreal Royals. While you wait for Hollywood to get their act together and make a Jackie Robinson biopic that actually shows how important he was to the city of Montreal, show your support with this vintage Royals ball cap. The Royals may be long gone from Montreal but the legend of Jackie Robinson lives on.