Clothing Stores, Toronto
Visit and shop in Heidi*HO2. The shop has a welcoming vibe with wood and metal work throughout. It's tranquil and soothing to the senses. The clothing - t-shirts, tunics, dresses and jewellery, are all tastefully and artfully arranged. The staff is friendly, helpful and professional. Shopping there was a pleasure. They also have another location. The prices are affordable and reasonable for Yorkville and Hazelton Lanes.
What to buy: The t-shirts, tunics, dresses or jewellery are interesting and unique. The cotton of the fabric is buttery soft against the skin.
What to pay: The prices are affordable and reasonable for Yorkville and Hazelton Lanes.
Address: Hazelton Lanes - Toronto, ON - Canada
Directions: In Hazelton Lanes on the lower level.
Phone: 416-323-0555Related to:
There are two locations of Clic Klac Fashion on Queen street in downtown Toronto. They sell funky clothes and accessories for teens and young women.
What to buy: I bought a sheer tie-front top with bell sleeves, tried on a black cotton jacket, and looked at some jewelry and gloves. My cousin's friend bought a sweater with skulls on it.
Roots is a Canadian company and designs and manufactures its products in Canada. Many of the most popular items include Roots Official Canadian Olympic products. There is something for everyone: for Men, Women, & Children. When in downtown Toronto, you will be able to find several stores but the shop which can easily be reached is at Roots Central along Yonge Street and within Eaton's Centre.
What to buy: You will be able to purchase Roots products: Graphic T-Shirts, Short Sleeve T-Shirts, Long Sleeve T-Shirts, Sweats & Jackets, Hoodies, Pants, Hats & Accessories, Watches, Athletic Watches, Backpacks & Bags, Leather Bags, Leather iPod Cases, & Travel Gear & Bags.
Address: 220 Yonge Street, Unit B006 Level 2 Toronto
Directions: Downtown Toronto, Major Intersection of Yonge & Queen Streets, Inside Eaton's Centre
Phone: 416 593 9640
Freedom Clothing is a fashion collective run by 8 young Toronto fashion designers.
This store is an eclectic blend of charm and artistic randomness.
Not only do the collective designers make their own clothes, but also consign local independant craftsters and designers.
Sure to be found are cute, affordable and one of a few products.
The general theme of the store is DIY and sustainable fashion.
Love us. We were made in your neighbourhood.
What to buy: screenprinted tees & tanks
remade clothing intergrating recycled & new materials
locally made jewellery
What to pay: $5 - $70
very affordable. cute screenprinted tees by local designers usually around $25.
Address: 939 Bloor St. W (1.5 blocks west of Ossignton)
Directions: Bloorcourt Village. Off the beaten track.
Near long & mcquade (music gear store) & Concord Cafe (wonderful brunch and amazing coffee!)
Toronto has a lot of great designers that sell in stores or have their own studios.
Beata Dirycz is a designer creating and residing in Toronto. She sells in stores and has her own studio.
The designs are unique, edgy, sexy yet tasteful and fun.
What to buy: anything from kids accessories, womens and mens accessories to womens, maternity and mens wear.
Address: downtown toronto
Directions: downtown toronto, ontario, canada
Website: http://www.beatadirycz.comAdd to your Trip Planner
The strip of Queen St. between University and Bathurst is home to some of the coolest boutiques and mainstream clothing shops. Local designers sell their stuff from the smaller stores. You'll find funky streetwear to classy eveningwear here.
Depending on what you are looking for:
Queen Street - Funky, Trendy $$$
Eaton Centre - everything $$
Yorkville - designer, trendy $$$$$
Bloor Street - general $$$
Kensington market - Used clothing, cool finds $$.
Harry Rosen Bloor Street is a great shop for men looking for quality mens wear, casual wear, shoes and accessories. It's large, bright, well laid out and easily accessible.
Warning: Unless it's on sale, nothing is cheap here, and you'll most likely be approached by well dressed, yet snotty salespeople but hey,...this is the high-end mens wear business; flash them your Platinum card and they'll kiss your ass around the shop for as long you need.
What to buy: Among the many labels available, there are;
-BOSS Hugo Boss
What to pay: A little more than average, but because the selection is so extensive it's worth it.
Address: 82 Bloor Street West
Directions: On the North-East corner of Bloor & Bellair
No shop or brand is more canadian than roots!
Worn buy our olympic teams this brand has always had a patriotic feel..yet is very nice and wearable.
What to buy: clothes, bags..hey..you can even buy couches now!!
What to pay: a bit more than average..but it's quality..
Address: all over Canada..just look go in a mall
Toronto's answer to Rodeo Drive, the 1st few blocks of Bloor Street West (just west of the Yonge St. subway stop) is nicknamed The Mink Mile. A few samples?
- David's Couture Inc
- Emporio Armani
- Farouchi Fashion
- Giorgio Couture
- Marc Laurent
- Marie Saint-Pierre
- Polo/Ralph Lauren
- Les Must de Cartier
- Tiffany and Company
- DeLorean Jewelers
- Lanzi of Italy Inc
- Banana Republic
- Eddie Bauer
What to pay: Big bucks
Address: Bloor Street west of Yonge
Directions: While you're there, visit historic Yorkville just 2 blocks to the north. Plenty of shops and boutiques crowded into fashionable laneways.
Nice shop in the center of Toronto
What to buy: would you like to dress tastefully? You will find women's Clothes here - natural and of high quality
What to pay: sail time: from 20 CAD + tax
Address: 80 Bloor st West, Toronto, ON
Directions: tube - Bay
Phone: 416 515 0018
ROOTS is one of the best places to get "Canadian" gear. They have clothing for men, women, and children :)