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Dress Consciously

Creating socially responsible basics in Canada, focused on sustainably closing the loop in apparel manufacturing by changing the approach on how clothing is made and disposed of after you've outworn it.

A Greener Approach

It's no secret that the fashion industry is the second largest polluter in the world and our goal is to help mitigate the harmful effects of fast-fashion by using only sustainable fabrics in our clothing. Whether it is organic or recycled cotton, you can have peace of mind about how your clothes are made and where they go after you've outworn them. It's our mission to be a market leader in sustainability for casual wear.

Always 100% Cotton

Our products are entirely made from 100% cotton, including our labels. Why? Because we want our products to be truly sustainable – even after its intended life cycle.

Made in Canada

Everything we carry is made from our Toronto facility with care and pride. Manufacturing locally is a conscious decision that we continue to uphold.

Giving Back

One tree is planted on your behalf for every item purchased from our store. We believe in protecting the environment and helping communities along the way.

50% Organic + 50% Recycled

With our unique blend of organic and recycled cotton, our 100% cotton garments can be donated at the end of its life to be broken down into raw fibre again, giving it an opportunity to be recycled into new products; significantly reducing water and energy consumption in the virgin cotton industry.

1 Item Purchased = 1 Tree Planted

For every garment purchased from Northern Threads, a tree is planted on your behalf.
Learn more about the work being done and how you can contribute.


How Microfibres are Polluting our Oceans

How Microfibres are Polluting our Oceans

We have been told many times about the pollution crisis in our oceans, lakes, and waterways. One major source of the problem that might surprise you would be our clothing. Surprised?

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Rethinking Fast Fashion

Consumers are spending less on clothes but are accumulating more in their closet. Are consumers concerned enough about the environmental impact of the fast fashion industry to change their shopping habits?

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Compostable Cotton

Most of us know that cotton is a natural biodegradable fibre. But has the thought of composting your old cotton t-shirt ever cross your mind? Probably not. Can you really compost it though?

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