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Frank and Oak

Frank and Oak

Frank and Oak

Frank and Oak

Rebekah Purdy, co-founder of the men's clothing company Frank and Oak, began selling on Instagram in 2012 before the site made it easy to convert followers to sales. The strategy worked, and in just three years the company sold $5. 5 million in product, making it one of the fastest-growing retailers on social media.

Brand

Embrace ethical fashion without breaking the bank. Frank And Oak, Canada’s leading B Corp clothing brand was born in 2012, in Montréal. Our products are made to last with the highest standards to keep up with our demanding lifestyles, while ensuring minimal impact on the planet we love.

Montreal-based retailer Frank And Oak is shaking up the world of subscription fashion services and changing the way customers shop, with its new monthly subscription service called “Style Plan.” The brand is already committed to making quality and budget-friendly clothing for men and women, using sustainable practices and fabrics, reducing its carbon footprint and inspiring customers’ sense of style. Now its subscription service aims to take the fuss out of shopping altogether. (Source: www.cnn.com)

Woman

Montreal-based retailer Frank And Oak is shaking up the world of subscription fashion services and changing the way customers shop, with its new monthly subscription service called “Style Plan.” The brand is already committed to making quality and budget-friendly clothing for men and women, using sustainable practices and fabrics, reducing its carbon footprint and inspiring customers’ sense of style. Now its subscription service aims to take the fuss out of shopping altogether.

Designer and provider of an online shopping platform designed to offer ways to shop the latest trends in menswear and women's wear. The company's platform vertically integrates brand designs, manufactures and sells premium clothing and accessories, enabling users with a simple and personalized way to shop for clothes online. (Source: pitchbook.com)

Oak

Montreal-based retailer Frank And Oak is shaking up the world of subscription fashion services and changing the way customers shop, with its new monthly subscription service called “Style Plan.” The brand is already committed to making quality and budget-friendly clothing for men and women, using sustainable practices and fabrics, reducing its carbon footprint and inspiring customers’ sense of style. Now its subscription service aims to take the fuss out of shopping altogether.

The way Frank And Oak’s Style Plan works is simple: You answer a few questions about your style, fit and color preferences, and a stylist will curate a selection of pieces to send directly to your door for just $25, which is credited toward any item you keep. Unlike many other fashion subscription services, Style Plan allows you to preview your box before it’s shipped, so you can confirm, customize or skip your monthly order (for free!). Once you receive your box, you have a full week to try on your pieces and decide which to keep (if any) and send back whatever you don’t want, free of charge. You can skip a monthly box or cancel at any time. Styles range from as low as $29 to just $149, and you’ll receive 20% off any pieces you decide to keep. (Source: www.cnn.com)

 

 

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