Check out our guide to Uniqlo, a new fashion retailer that will be coming to Toronto in 2016. We think it’s never too early to start planning your Japan-inspired wardrobe.
Earlier this week, it was announced that the clothing retailer will finally come to Toronto in the fall of 2016 with two flagship stores opening in the Eaton Centre and Yorkdale Mall.
Uniqlo’s brand has spread worldwide into the United States, the United Kingdom, Singapore, and so on. The fashion retailer’s strong suit is that it sells its clothing at a low cost and with a lot of colour variations to customers.
Uniqlo’s clothes are easy to wear and great for people who want to stay fashionable on a budget. It also has quality products like Heat Tech, which is an extremely warm underwear/undergarment that can stand up to Canada’s deadly winters.
Most Canadians might not be familiar with the Hiroshima-based, so I’d like to introduce some of their styles to you.
Uniqlo Fashion Picks
Keeps you warm even if you are in the severest blizzard. Heat Tech clothing is one of the main draws of Uniqlo's brand, 9 (CAD)
This sweater has a Snoopy design from comic strip, Peanuts, 32 (CAD)
Though this dress is made of 100 per cent silk, you can wash and wear it everyday, 75 (CAD)
The lightness and warmth makes you feel comfortable and the vibrant red colour makes you feel happy, 54 (CAD)
Uniqlo Ultra Light Down
This coat is extremely warm and light, so you can use it during almost any activity, 75 (CAD)
Uniqlo Short Trench Coat
Made of cotton, this short trench is comfortable and reversible, 86 (CAD)
Uniqlo Military Jacket Green
The big hood, side pocket and waist give a militaristic impression, but with modern taste, 86 (CAD)
The more you wear these jeans the better they look, 32 (CAD)
Hip and soft, this long flannel shirt is perfect for any occasion, especially if you're an amateur lumberjack, 75 (CAD)