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Aritzia Canada Sale For Winter Is Up To 60% Off & You Can Get Cozy Clothes For The Season

Start the new year off with savings. You can shop the Aritzia Canada sale for winter that's on right now and find a bunch of cozy clothes for the season. Items are up to 60% off!

The fashion retailer's winter sale has select styles discounted from 30% to 60% off and you can find deals both in-store and online.

So, if you don't want to venture out of the house to shop because of the cold weather or you can't because of restrictions, you can get all the same savings online.

Here are eight items from the sale that are perfect for the snowy season.

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The Teddy Coat

Price: $175 ($298)

Details: This coat in the dark brulee colour is made with soft teddy fabric so it has a relaxed feel and it'll keep you warm even in -20 C weather.

Cashmere Cuffed Gloves

Price: $18.99 ($38)

Details: These knit gloves are made from pure Italian cashmere and have a long cuff that you can fold over to make them even cozier. Plus, they're tech-friendly so you can still use touchscreens with them.

Cortado Cardigan

Price: $130 ($168)

Details: You can get this v-neck cardigan that's knit with extra-fine Italian merino wool. It has a relaxed fit so it's easy to have layers on underneath to keep warm in the winter.

St. Moritz Parka

Price: $275 ($398)

Details: With this parka, it's engineered to keep you warm when it's as cold as -30 C. It's also waterproof and windproof which is what you want out of a jacket during Canadian winters!

Snowflake Beanie

Price: $12 ($18)

Details: You can wear this beanie in a relaxed way or rolled into a cuff at the bottom to make the fit tighter. It's made from soft yarn so it'll keep you cozy.

Gaudi Sweater

Price: $59.99 ($168)

Details: This sweater is an oversized crew neck so you can layer underneath. It comes with a removable matching belt and is made from soft alpaca yarn.

Lorin Sweater

Price: $118 ($128)

Details: This sweater in winter white has a funnel-neck so it's not as tight as a turtle neck. It's slightly cropped at the bottom but the alpaca–wool blend fabric makes it cozy.

The Cloud Puff

Price: $199 ($298)

Details: You'll be kept warm even in -20 C weather with this puff jacket. It has responsibly sourced goose down inside of it to insulate and a water repellent fabric on the outside so you stay dry.

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