Lou Lou's Flower Truck x Province of Canada

Lou Lou trike team pic

Feels like a good time for flowers.

Tulips, roses, hydrangeas, it really doesn't matter which type - giving flowers has always been a symbol of gratitude. The act of 'giving someone their flowers', paired with our general appreciation for the beauty of florals was our inspiration behind ' Collection de Fleurs'. Feels like the first spring in a while. Feels like we're re-energized. Feels like a good time for flowers. 

collection de fleurs tees


fleur gif

Je suis une fleur 

Meet Fleur. Playful and intellectually curious, Fleur juggles a variety of passions, hobbies, and friend groups. A social butterfly, Fleur is quick-witted and can talk to anyone about anything. Most importantly Fleur has an uncanny ability to cheer up anyone. When not making people smile, you can find Fleur bouncing between happy hours, dinner parties, and dance floors. Everybody loves Fleur and Fleur loves everybody. 

Province of Canada x Lou Lou's Flower Truck 

We'd like to give Lou Lou's Flower Truck their flowers. Founded in 2018 from a combined passion of flowers and vintage cars, Lou Lou's creates fun and unique flower-buying experiences locally, across Toronto. Our Lou Lou's Flower Truck Tee celebrates our shared love of quirky and quality - plus, it's just a really good excuse to put a watercolour of a 1966 Chevrolet C10 pickup on a T-shirt. Watercolour Artwork by local artist, Amara Strand. 

Pair truck tee pair outside

New: Floral Print 

When it comes to art, there's no greater muse than florals (apologies to our life drawing teacher). A floral print can wordlessly communicate messages of emotion, feeling and beauty. 


floral print vinyl record image

Playlist: Two Turntables and a Daffodil 

We dug through the crates looking for where the vinyl meets the violets. If bad music is the soil in which good music grows, then there's no such thing as an off beat, only an unwatered rose. 


Julie Store Front flowers text



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