14 Ethical Canadian Loungewear Brands

This post is sponsored by Maylyn & Co., a new Canadian clothing brand focusing on eco-luxurious sleepwear. 

Fall is right around the corner, and with many of us working from home these days, I rounded up the sustainable Canadian brands that make cozy loungewear. Everything is¬†made with care either locally or in ethical factories abroad. The brands are all available online, shipped from Canada, so we Canadians don’t need to worry about duty and customs fees. Some brands can also be found in local brick-and-mortar stores.

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Maylyn & Co. 

Just launched this summer, Maylyn & Co.’s luxury loungewear and sleepwear are minimalist chic, eco-friendly, and cruelty-free. Their feminine¬†silk collection is made from vegan lotus silk, and their comfy¬†loungewear sets are made from beech tree organic fiber. They also carry organic underwear. A family-owned operation, they make their garments in small batches with trusted global partners and source luxury fabrics from Persia, Morrocco, and India. In their studio north of Toronto, each piece is finished, class controlled, and packaged using eco-friendly solutions and vegan glues.¬†Maylyn & Co.¬†gives back in several ways, and they are PETA-Approved Vegan. Read my quick review of their vegan silk slip here. Use code ANNIE for 10% off.


If you’re looking for vintage-inspired matching sweatsuits in fun colours, OkayOK is your brand. I’m a Baby-Sitters Club fan, so I’m here for their BSC line. Everything is made in Toronto to minimize carbon footprint, and even their cotton fabrics are milled in Scarborough and Montreal. Sometimes they use found fabrics dead-stock for limited edition runs, and be on the lookout for re-purposed vintage.¬†If you’re in Toronto, visit their store in The Junction.¬†Different retail shops¬†across Canada carry this line.

Free Label

Free Label offers comfortable essentials, made small-batch in Canada. Whenever possible, they choose local, ethical, and eco-friendly materials. Most of their organic cotton and bamboo materials are sourced from India and USA from eco certified producers and then milled into fabric in Toronto. Fabric is also processed and dyed locally according to Oeko-tex eco-standards. Their sizes are very inclusive, spanning from XS to 4X. Free Label is also stocked in retail stores across Canada.


Known for their super comfy capsule wardrobe basics, certified B-Corp Encircled now makes jogger sets. Check out their Work From Home Favs. All their pieces are 100% made in Canada with sustainable fabrics. For virtual shopping and styling tips, you can make a zoom appointment.

Azura Bay

Winnipeg-based online shop Azura Bay stocks lingerie, loungewear, and sleepwear from bestselling sustainable brands that are either Fair Trade certified or employing transparent, ethical practices to treat their employees with respect, fair wages, and safe and positive work environments. They ship with low waste, eco-friendly packaging, and they give back to charities.


Franc makes the kind of timeless wardrobe pieces that are comfortable enough to lounge in. They’re 100% Canadian made with sustainable fabrics. To stay plastic free, they ship with compostable mailers. Franc offsets shipping emissions. Any samples and overstock, which they keep to a minimum, are donated to Sistering in Toronto.

Tamga Designs

Usually known for their colourful bohemian style dresses, Tamga Designs just released loungewear, starting with their Zahara Lounge Set. TAMGA fabrics are spun, woven and printed with GOTS certified dyes in Indonesia, before being cut and sewn by workers who make a living wage in our ethical partner factory in Bali. Garments are shipped in a bio-degradable bag made from cassava starch. 1% of every TAMGA purchase is donated to S.O.S and O.I.C’s re-forestation work in Sumatra through 1% For the Planet.


Mary Young

Mary Young makes lingerie and loungewear that are comfortable, stylish, and functional. The pieces are designed and made in Canada using rayon from organic bamboo material. You can also find Mary Young in retail stores.

The Sleep Shirt

The Sleep Shirt sells luxury sleepwear made to last. Their popular night shirts can be worn at to sleep, at home, outside, and even to the beach. Everything is produced locally in Canada using natural, biodegradable materials such as cotton and linen. They give back to different charities in Canada and abroad. The line has some options for men.


B.C.-based brand tentree is a B-corporation that makes comfortable, functional clothes and accessories with sustainable fabrics. The garments are designed in Canada and ethically manufactured around the world. Every item plants ten trees. Has options for men and kids.


Canadian B-Corporation KOTN added sweatpants and joggers to their collection of ethical, high-quality essentials made from premium and traceable Egyptian cotton. If you put their clothes in the dryer, take note that they will shrink 3-5%. They have options for men as well. Shop online or in a store in Toronto or Montreal.

Frère du Nord

Fr√®re du Nord sew their made-to-order, luxury leisurewear in a factory that’s integrated into their retail store in Oshawa, ON. Their fabrics are also from Canada, custom made for the brand in Toronto.


Preloved has been making sustainable clothing since 1995. Their comfy collections are made in Canada with upcycled and deadstock materials. You can even send them your old clothes and they can give them new life by turning them into a custom piece!

Soft Focus

Toronto brand Soft Focus is a contemporary line of stylish loungewear made with natural or plant-based fabrics. Their robes and jumpsuits are versatile enough to be worn on nights out.

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