If you're like me, many late nights have been spent perusing the internet for new pole clothes and shoes. My collection of beautiful prints and styles is quickly growing and I am always looking for new companies who make quality pole apparel. Besides the usuals such as Bad Kitty, Mika, Titika and Lululemon, there are wonderful and unique pole wear companies popping up all the time!
Polers need special attention when it comes to their workout apparel, not any old item can do. Quality is one of the premiere concerns for a poler, as well as coverage. All of the companies we will be talking about today have specific pole apparel lines.
Shoe Freaks (Canadian) - Website
With FREE Shipping what's not to love about Canadian shoe retailers ShoeFreaks.ca. With many brands to choose from including Pleaser shoes, you're sure to find something you love. The only downside would be the inability to try shoes on before delivery, however you have 60 Days to return your pair of shoes for a different size of the same style.
Indi Pole Wear (Australian) - Website
Indie Pole Wear's collections are all ethically made by hand in Australia, by "dressmakers with expert skill & a wealth of knowledge." They release new collections periodically that are meant to work with your existing pieces to update your wardrobe. IPW's styles are designed for "real bodies with muscles & curves, with a focus on comfort, perfect fit & beauty." Their minimum for free shipping is rather steep, but the rate for international shipping is reasonable at $15 USD and they also have a 365 days return policy to sweeten the deal, just in case something doesn't fit
Vekker LA (American) - Website
VEKKER brand activewear is made in Los Angeles, California and they work exclusively with local vendors and support small businesses. Their shorts are cut to flatter all figures and balances skin exposure to enhance performance while still incorporating fun patterns and fabrics. Their signature item the Ruffle Short adds the perfect amount of girly flair to any pole outfit.
Hey Hey & Co (Canadian) - Website
If you're looking for one of a kind pieces and custom made pole wear, Hey Hey & Co has you covered. Specializing in competition wear and fun fabrics, everyone is sure to find something they like. Shipping costs are a little on the expensive side, however, Hey Hey & Co often sets up at various competitions and showcases where you can buy your pole wear directly at the event.
Superflyhoney (Australian) - Website
New to the pole scene this past October, Superflyhoney has a modern and minimalistic style. Their first collection of beautiful monochrome sets with mesh windows make them classic and flattering on all shapes and sizes. With only a $9 flat shipping rate from Australia, this new company is surely worth trying.
Studio Chic Boutique
From Mika + Bad Kitty to Studio Chic Branded items the Boutique has everything you need to get your wardrobe started. We also carry Grip Aids, Yoga Blocks, accessories, and of course, our very popular "Point Your F***ing Toes" shirts. Don't see any item you're looking for? Just ask! We are always looking for ways to keep the Boutique fresh. Follow us on Facebook to stay up to date on all our latest sales and promotions.
Are there any we missed? Let us know what brands you swear by or if you've tried any of these!