I am super excited to announce that I will be a new ambassador for Giant Tiger! Giant Tiger is Canada’s leading retailer for the lowest prices and has hundreds of locations across Canada. What I love about GT is how affordable their products are, but they truly pride themselves in getting us, the shoppers, the best quality goods!
Recently, Giant Tiger went on an overhaul of their fashion departments and literally upped their game to ensure that regardless of what your budget is, you can still have great style. They have redesigned their menswear brands; Mountain Ridge, Rivet61, and ACX Active, and they also carry brands such as Urban Reef, Signature by Levi’s Strauss and more! I also love that the size ranges for both men and women are very inclusive!
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When I walked into my local Giant Tiger store, the first thing I gravitated too was this beautiful cable knit zip up cardigan from Urban Reef! I instantly fell in love with the creamy white and light tan colour combination! This sweater definitely looks very high end and is great for holiday gifting but retails only for $16!
My next finds were from the Mountain Ridge line! Mountain Ridge is a more of a heritage menswear line from Giant Tiger, featuring beautiful denim, essentials, shirts and more.
These jeans from Mountain Ridge are incredibly comfortable and fit very well. I was pleased to see that the jeans came in a range from size 30 through to 42. These jeans retail for only $25. Also, I selected this plaid shirt by Mountain Ridge, which boasts just a very complimentary colour selection! It is great for layering underneath sweaters or wearing it on its own. The shirt retails regularly for $17 and is on clearance for $12. Finally, my boots from the Mountain Ridge brand are definitely an affordable substitute for other suede hikers! These retail for only $35 and feature real suede!
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This post is sponsored by Giant Tiger. All thoughts and opinions shared in this post are my own.