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Knitted David Suzuki sweater, anyone?
Thanks to these designs, you can wear your love of Vancouver on your sleeve…or feet, or head, or just about anywhere else.
Keep your head cozy in this toque by Tuck Shop Co. ($38).
Wear Vancouver local and world-famous environmental scientist David Suzuki on your back in this knitted sweater by Granted ($420).
This red snapback cap ($44) from Vancity Originals will look particularly amazing when you’re scoping your look in the mirror.
Tell the world where you stand with this Taylor Ellen All Twerk & No Pray sweatshirt ($75).
Give a history lesson in one of these vintage 1950s Vancouver Map Shirts by Bright’n Cheery ($66.15).
Keep it delicate with this rose gold YVR ring by LanaBetty ($120.45).
There’s just a few left of these limited-edition Chantale Doyle x Blim collaboration sweatshirts ($65) that celebrate the city’s iconic residential architecture.
We love the geometric typeface on this Make Vancouver shirt ($28).
Photographer Tracy Tomtene prints her photos onto stretchy eco-fabric: this skirt ($54.56) is decked out in a snapshot taken from the Seawall.
Since Douglas Coupland’s 2014 show at the VAG, the museum shop has been stocking apparel printed with the author/artist’s work—like this Everywhere hoodie ($118).
Bang On’s localized take on the classic “I Heart NY” logo features a raincloud—what else? I Rain Vancouver shirt ($20).
So technically these West Coast Best Coast bangles ($40) are from a Californian designer, but we won’t tell if you don’t.
Wiggle your toes in these socks by Foot Cardigan ($13), which showcase the Stanley Park totem poles in style.
Get specific with your Vancouver pride with this East Van t-shirt by Ole Originals Clothing Co. ($35).
Vancouver’s most iconic interviewer gets a spotlight of his own with this hip graphic Nardwuar tee ($36) from designer Tim Brown.
Enamel pins are are hot as this city is wet. Dress up your rain jacket with a YVR umbrella pin ($10.91) from Kookoobird.