Dennis Giesbrecht

A history of excellence with Ronald Allan

Ronald Allan Clothiers has been focused on bringing high-quality brands to the community of Abbotsford since 2006.

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Ronald Allan Clothiers has been focused on bringing high-quality brands to the community of Abbotsford since 2006. Established in 1953, the store offers styles ranging from casual and business wear to tuxes and attire for special occasions for both men and women.


Owner Dennis Giesbrecht carries brand name collections found at quality retailers in major cities across the country as well as in Europe. He also sources brands made in Canada and the U.S.

Some of the labels Ronald Allan carry for women include: Betty Barclay, Sandwich, Sympli, Joseph Ribkoff, Mac Jeans, Peruzzi, to name a few. For Men; Alberto, Bugatti, Brax, Robert Graham, John Varvatos, Van Gils, and Circle of Gentlemen.

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Explaining the choice of brands, Giesbrecht says it comes down to quality of make, being fashion-forward without being a one-season flash in the pan, and being consistent.

Ronald Allan Clothiers works with a number of trusted manufacturers and suppliers that have been in business for decades, and in some cases over 100 years, which gives the store’s products higher value and longevity.

“A brand that has history in the market is consistent in their quality of make and style,” says Giesbrecht. “Using better fabrics and tailoring garments in proper factories using ethical labour practices and sound ecological practices produces garments that are not disposal one-season throwaways.”

When you buy a garment or accessory from Ronald Allan Clothiers, you are investing in your wardrobe for the long-term. That’s quality you can trust.

Ronald Allan is located at 33428 South Fraser Way. For more information, visit Image below:Steilmann jacket. From $325.

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