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Embrace “back to the office” style with Tiger of Sweden

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The Swedish fashion house is redefining Toronto workwear style while celebrating 120 years of brand heritage

Embrace "back to the office" style with Tiger of Sweden

With Covid-era office closures in the rear-view mirror—with many employers now implementing return-to work policies—Toronto professionals are steadily emerging from their remote work environments (a.k.a. home offices), and need something new to wear.

The “new normal” defining the future of work—flexibility, individuality, and fresh perspective—is also shaping the evolution of office fashion, blending casual and functional styles with traditional and more formal business attire.

Embrace "back to the office" style with Tiger of Sweden

As returning and first-time office-goers seek new and unique ways to express their individuality while maintaining a sense of professional sophistication at work, Tiger of Sweden—which celebrates its 120th anniversary this year—is leading the charge in Toronto’s return to workwear movement.

The Stockholm-based fashion house—whose slim-cut suits and minimalist separates made a splash in Toronto with its 2,600-square-foot Toronto flagship on Ossington Ave.—caters to the changing tastes of the city’s young professionals with its latest arrivals and seasonal collections.

Embrace "back to the office" style with Tiger of Sweden

Since opening in 2013, Tiger of Sweden has maintained consistency and quality craftsmanship while adapting to Ossington’s continually changing storefront façade, evolving from hipster vintage hubs to upscale boutiques.

While many local shops carry various Tiger of Sweden pieces, its Toronto flagship is the only place to have full in-person access to their full range of men’s and women’s collections.

Embrace "back to the office" style with Tiger of Sweden

“Our Toronto location is a reflection of Tiger of Sweden’s Scandinavian roots and represents more than a century’s worth of vision and commitment to timeless elegance and high-quality tailoring,” says Laurence Slavin, owner of Tiger of Sweden’s Toronto flagship store.

“As Torontonians return to work, they’ll be able to count on a versatile and forward-looking collection of foundational pieces and quality suiting to help them be confident and comfortable as they flourish in the office or at their next big client meeting.”

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Join Tiger of Sweden in celebrating 120 years since their founding and drop by 56 Ossington Ave. to browse new arrivals and update your ‘back-to-office’ wardrobe. Visit their flagship store here.

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