Clamour Clothing: You fit in well here 

A plus-size white woman is smiling and posing for the camera; she is wearing a light yellow shirt, white beaded necklace and blue skirt.

Fitting fashion, for all

The more access, the better. We can all agree on that, right? 

Classic, quality clothes in more sizes are a definite yes. Layer on materials that don’t destroy the planet, fair wages, and support for a local Canadian economy, and you’re speaking our love language. 

At Clamour Clothing, we want to make the world an easier place to navigate. We do that through what we do best: Sustainable, vintage-inspired, plus-sized fashion. And we look good while we do it.

A model wearing a white crop top and a blue skirt is holding the hem and zipper pull of her skirt to show the construction.

When an industry isn't made for you, you make an industry 

If you love the vintage aesthetic, but available pieces don’t often fit, then you know how Stephanie Jonsson felt right before she founded Clamour Clothing. She wanted the vintage look, sustainable practices, and clothing that fit her body; is that too much to ask for?

Stephanie, being an accomplished feminist artist, decided that if the world wasn’t going to give her what she wanted, then she would make it herself. And so, she built Clamour Clothing. The brand was born from a love of vintage, a desire for inclusion, and the knowledge that the textile industry can, frankly, do better.