There are zero rail-thin models. There are no $2,500 designer gowns. And we haven’t used the word fashionista once (except for just now). There are plenty of clothes, shoes, and accessories—all of which can be found in this city at a reasonable price. Don’t be so surprised: It’s never been a better time to be a shopper in Toronto.
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Fall trends, bitches
We explain what’s up with burgundy and other seasonal trends,
with the help of nine of the city’s most stylish stylists.
Since when did Toronto have so much stuff?
We’ve talked endlessly, it seems, about the city’s culinary growth, but less noise has been made over our evolving retail landscape. This is a very good time to be a Toronto shopper.
What’s on your fall shopping list?
We hit Trinity Bellwoods to ask Torontonians what they’ll be wearing this season.
And if they’d try on our Anna Wintour wig, of course.
I’m wearing Queen West
What does an outfit put together by a neighbourhood look like? This one features items from Oliver Spencer, Fred Perry, Sydney’s, Joe Fresh, Aldo, and Klaxon Howl.
I’m wearing Dundas and Ossington
This outfit features items from Woodlawn, Life of Manek, Dalston Grey,
Magwood, Lost & Found, and Armed.
I’m wearing the Eaton Centre
This outfit features items from Danier, Smart Set, Costa Blanca,
Sears, Call It Spring, and Little Burgundy.