In honour of National Sister’s Day (August 4) we’re revealing 6 brands that you never knew had sister labels. We suspect your closest will be very full, very soon.

Topshop and Miss Selfridge

Topshop’s younger sister, Miss Selfridge is the go-to for all things party wear. Browse their selection of two-pieces and flirty cocktail dresses before your next girls’ night out.

Available in Canada? Yes.



Shiny, happy, fancy ✨ (?: NUDE FRINGE SEQUIN CO-ORD)

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Zara and Oysho

Oysho specializes in all things intimates. Sister of the Spanish fast-fashion retailer Zara, Oysho’s loungewear is versatile enough to wear all day… in bed, out to brunch, running errands, anywhere really.

Available in Canada? No, but a close alternative is Zara Home, which also happens to carry dreamy loungewear, nightshirts and robes. 



J.Crew and Madewell

Madewell has been around since 1937 but it really started gaining popularity when J.Crew acquired it in 2006. With a focus on good quality, long lasting clothes, Madewell has been living up to its name for nearly a century.

Available in Canada? Yes.



stripes and denim / best friends forever #denimmadewell

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All Saints and Paige

Paige’s denim can be seen on celebrities like mother-daughter supermodels Cindy Crawford and Kaia Gerber. Beyond their jeans, delicate shirts and dresses make Paige the more feminine sister of beloved European brand All Saints.

Available in Canada? Yes.



Uniqlo and Theory

If chic office wear is what you’re looking for, Theory is your answer. Contemporary design and sophisticated silhouettes makes their collections perfect for anyone who isn’t quite ready to commit to a pantsuit just yet.

Available in Canada? Yes.



Line up. Our new Spring 2018 collection is in stores and on

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