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Peplum Co.

At Peplum Co, we blend an adventurous spirit and the timeless allure of pure linen with a commitment to sustainable and ethical fashion. 

Every piece we create is made to last, season after season, exclusively crafted by our team of makers in British Columbia, Canada from OEKO-TEX certified linen.

We believe in building a wardrobe that is timeless and cherished—a collection of staple pieces that are as much about comfort and your personal style as they are about making a positive impact. 

By slowing down the pace of fashion with our intentional small-batch and made-to-order collections, we aim to foster a deeper connection between the wearer and their wardrobe, promoting a cycle of care, appreciation, and responsible consumption. Slow fashion for us is not just a trend; it's a movement towards a more sustainable, ethical, and thoughtful way of living.

Hi, I’m Jacqui,

the owner of Peplum Co.

My love of linen stems back to my childhood where I grew up trailing my mum in fabric stores, brushing up next to endless rolls and feeling fabrics between my fingers. 

I remember first discovering Peplum at a Farmer's Market in Kelowna and feeling an instant connection, not just to the linen but to the ethos its founder, Stephanie had built. Shopping in crowded malls always felt overwhelming to me, but discovering Peplum was different – it was about simplicity, authenticity, and a connection to nature.

Now, five years on as Peplum's owner I’m proud to be building on that, making linen more accessible and offering pieces that feel like an investment in both style and sustainability.


The impact of fast fashion

environmental harm

The fashion industry is responsible for 10% of annual global carbon emissions, more than all international flights and maritime shipping combined.

waste generation

It's estimated that consumers throw away around 92 million tons of textile waste each year. Much of this waste ends up in landfills or is incinerated.

chemical use

Fast fashion relies heavily on toxic chemicals for dyeing and treating clothes. These chemicals often end up polluting rivers and water sources.

worker exploitation

Poor labor practices, including low wages, unsafe working conditions, and child labor are common, particularly in developing countries.

“A fresh way of providing a good product with love and sustainability at its core.”

Stephanie, Peplum Co Founder

Sustainable Practices

Local makers means fewer Kms in the production process.

Responsible Design

Small-batch and made-to-order collections to reduce waste.

Toxin-Free Fabric

Made with 100% natural, toxin-free, OEKO-TEX-certified linen fabric and non-toxic dyes.

Ethical Production

Every item is designed and hand-made in BC, Canada by makers that are well compensated for the craftsmanship.

every order

Helps lift a woman out of poverty

We donate a portion of the proceeds from every order to 92Hands to support their US4Women project, equipping women with income-generating skills to help lift them out of poverty. 

To date, Peplum Co has donated over $30,000 to 92Hands.