The world-class city of Toronto has emerged as a major shopping destination in recent years with an array of designer stores, high-end shopping malls, and elegant boutiques, as well as popular chain stores, home décor, and furniture shops, and vintage markets. Home to vibrant neighborhoods with distinct characteristics and multicultural ethnicity, the city’s shopping scene has something for everyone from rare antiques and first-edition books to haute couture and trendy streetwear.
1.Black Rooster Decor
© Black Rooster Décor
Black Rooster Décor is an independently owned and operated store that sells a variety of home décor, furniture and artisan pieces for the home. The store features an evolving showroom that displays a vast collection of items from and stylish furniture and European objets d’art to one-of-a-kind accessories that are sourced from all over the world. The store supports local and regional artists, and large pieces are made from reclaimed material. Black Rooster Décor has warehouses in the United States and offers worldwide shipping.
1075 Queen St E #1, Toronto, ON M4M 1K3, Canada, Phone: 416-465-7778
2.Blackbird Vintage Finds
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Located in The Distillery Historic District, Blackbird Vintage Finds is a quaint antique store that combines a collection of antique and vintage goods with contemporary apparel and home décor. Store owner, Paula DiRenzo has an impressive array of quirky products like 20th-century apothecary jars, vintage signage, taxidermy animals, and turn-of-the-century toothbrushes. The shop has worn brick walls and a high ceiling, which is perfect for displaying more substantial items like an antique Argentinian candy display and glamorous industrial era baubles, as well as a selection of crewnecks, tees, cushions, and throws from Blackbird.
11 Trinity St, Toronto, ON M5A 3C4, Canada, Phone: 416-681-0558
3.Blue Banana Market
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Blue Banana Market is an eclectic emporium that sells a wealth of novelty items, goods, and gifts from around the world. Based in the Kensington Market on Augusta Avenue, Blue Banana Market has something for every occasion from apparel and clothing to handmade jewelry, arts and crafts, food items and sauces, and other one-of-a-kind gifts that reflect the cultural diversity of the surrounding neighborhood. Blue Banana Market also offers online shopping with nationwide delivery services.
250 Augusta Ave, Toronto, ON M5T 2L7, Canada, Phone: 416-594-6600
4.Frank and Oak
Frank and Oak is a chain store that sells its label of environmentally conscious menswear, womenswear, and accessories. The Montreal-based fashion favorite is known for its well-made and affordable trend-focused basics and closet staples for both men and women. The chain uses innovative materials to create garments that are wrinkle-resistant and machine washable and focus on making as little environmental impact as possible.
735 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1G1, Canada, Phone: 647-930-8711
5.Freda's Originals Inc.
Freda's Originals Inc specializes in high-end women’s clothing made with imported European fabrics, which are designed, produced, and sold in-store. The one-stop fashion destination focuses on offering exceptional quality at affordable pricing with a comprehensive selection of ladies' apparel from casual and workwear to glamorous eveningwear. Freda’s also offers high-end imported designer labels from Europe, including Cambio, Luisa Cerano, Sinequanone, Save the Queen, and more, and offers customers services such as custom-fitting, one-on-one personal service, on-site alterations and special shopping nights.
86 Bathurst St, Toronto, ON M5V 2P5, Canada, Phone: 416-703-0304
Joe Fresh is a fashion and retail chain that sells adult and children's wear, accessories, jewelry, beauty products, shoes, handbags, and bath items. Created by designer Joe Mimran and founded by 2006, Joe Fresh is one of the country’s leading sources for modern style and design for women, men and children, and babies and is available at over 300 Canadian superstores, supermarkets, and standalone locations. Renowned for its stylish, fun, and affordable clothing and accessories, Joe Fresh offers a full lineup of stylish, flattering clothes and ready-to-wear items for all seasons.
Toronto, ON Canada
M Boutique is a Canadian-owned lifestyle fashion apparel chain that believes in embracing curves and empowering women. Stores feature in-store stylists that offer personalized service to shoppers, finding the right pieces for different body types and showcasing the latest fashions and trends. M Boutique provides a comprehensive selection of ladies clothing from casual and workwear to glamorous eveningwear, swimwear, intimate wear, and more.
220 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario, M5B 2H1, Phone: 416-595-5226
Meg is a contemporary women-run, independent clothing line and womenswear boutique company that has been dressing women since 1994. Boasting stores in Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Toronto, Meg was born out of owner Megan Kinney’s love for fashion and design after she grew up designing and sewing clothes and studying at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York. The clothing brand’s mission is to empower women through fashion and has now boasts six locations in Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Toronto with special yearly shopping events.
849 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1G4, Canada, Phone: 416-364-3983
9.Moores Clothing for Men
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Moores Clothing for Men is a leading menswear retailer owned and operated by Moores the Suit People, Inc. Founded over 30 years ago by Martin Prosserman and David Moore, the Canadian company specializes in formalwear and business clothing for men and has over 120 locations across Canada offering an outstanding selection of high-quality apparel for affordable prices and superior customer service. Moores Clothing for Men sells a wide range of casual and outerwear, office and business wear, ties, footwear, and tuxedo rentals for all body shapes and sizes.
Toronto, ON M6J 1G4, Canada
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© Nué Clothing
Located in the heart of Downtown Toronto, Nué is a French-inspired contemporary fashion boutique which sells a range of affordable synthetic-fabric clothes and inexpensive staples. The store offers a mix of high-quality Korean and American-made garments at affordable prices, as well as high-end fabrics, such as cotton and modal. The fashion store offers a range of apparel, clothing, accessories, and footwear for men, women, and children for all body shapes and sizes.
704 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M6G 1L4, Canada, Phone: 416-901-5882
© Outer Layer
Outer Layer is an independent boutique that sells a variety of novelty gifts, Canadian souvenirs, greeting cards, coffee mugs, and other fun items. Outer Layer offers a rotating selection of over 10,000 products ranging from birthday cards and photo frames to fridge magnets, whimsical and laugh-out-loud knick-knacks, and accessories with a Torontonian or Canadian spin. Outer Layer has gifts for every occasion from anniversaries, birthdays, weddings, and more.
577 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M5V 2B6, Canada, Phone: 416-869-9889
12.Poor Little Rich Girl
© Poor Little Rich Girl
Poor Little Rich Girl is a stylish boutique that sells chic, contemporary women's apparel, accessories, and footwear. Inspired by Hollywood starlets like Edie Sedgwick and Audrey Hepburn, the boutique is a one-stop destination for the latest fashion with inviting décor complete with candy jars and the hottest trends. Poor Little Rich Girl offers a selection of trendy casual pieces, sophisticated party dresses, elegant workwear, and stylish accessories from handbags to jewelry.
2094 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4S 2A3, Canada, Phone: 416-322-7574
© Posh Boutique
Established in 1989, Posh Clothing Boutique is located in the Beach neighborhood opposite Kew Gardens Parkland sells high-end and intimate fashion for women. Owned and operated by Aileen Selkirk, whose love of fashion and textiles started 17 when she opened her first boutique, Posh focuses on one-of-a-kind textiles and designs, reincarnating European and North American fashion collections into unique styles. The Beaches icon is one of the area’s most well-respected boutiques and fashion destination for women of all shapes and sizes.
2016 Queen St E, Toronto, ON M4L 1J3, Canada, Phone: 416-690-5533
Prada Toronto is a retailer of high-end Italian designer apparel, accessories, footwear, handbags, and fragrances. Part of the Prada Group, which has retail stores around the world, Prada Toronto is located Toronto's Yorkdale Shopping Centre Holt Renfrew store and features women’s ready-to-wear and footwear, and accessories. The 3,000 square foot shop can be accessed both from within the Holt Renfrew store, as well as from an entrance facing the mall.
131 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M5S 1R1, Canada, Phone: 416-975-4300
15.Putti Fine Furnishings
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Putti Fine Furnishings is a European-style home décor and lifestyle store in Rosedale that offers a range of décor, furnishings, and lifestyle items. Established 25 years ago as an antique store, Putti Fine Furnishings has grown into a large lifestyle store is divided into a series of mini specialty departments within one space. Departments include living room décor, kitchenware, bedroom furnishings, and a men’s department featuring leather trunks, maps, and masculine treasures
1104 Yonge, Toronto, ON M4W 2L6, Canada, Phone: 416-972-7652
© Red Pegasus
Owned and operated by Rachel Chester, Red Pegasus sells a variety of retro and vintage items, as well as journals, greeting cards, and gifts. The store has different sections, including a perfume section with unusual French and Italian scents, and a card room with gifts, baskets of ribbons and English cards for every occasion. The ‘Pink Room’ features a range of clothing from infants to young girls, partyware, and gifts, and the bedroom boasts a bed with luxury beddings, vanities, and shelves packed with toiletries and French soaps. There is also a fashion section featuring Italian linen and clothes.
628 College St, Toronto, ON M6G 1B4, Canada, Phone: 416-536-3872
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17.Royal Canadian Gifts
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Owned by the UCanada Group, Royal Canadian Gifts has been providing a wide range of gifts and souvenirs to local and global customers since 2003 through retail chain stores, destination shops, and online shopping sites. Featuring high-quality products made in or designed in Canada, Royal Canadian Gifts is based in Toronto and offers a wealth of items, gifts, keepsakes and souvenirs ranging from regular favorites like fridge magnets and coffee mugs to Toronto Maple Leafs and Blue Jays teams keepsakes and First Nations arts and crafts.
229 Spadina Ave, Toronto, ON M5T 2E2, Canada, Phone: 416-598-1988
18.shopAGO - Art Gallery of Ontario
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Located in the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) in Toronto, shopAGO sells a range of items about the works featured in the gallery, as well as past exhibitions and general arts and crafts. One of the largest art museums in North America, the Art Gallery of Ontario houses a collection of close to 95,000 works, ranging from innovative contemporary art to European masterpieces. The gallery also features works by established and emerging Indigenous Canadian artists and emerging new artists on the scene and presents wide-ranging exhibitions and collaborations with museums around the world. shopAGO sells everything from books and prints to stationery, clothing, objets d’art, jewelry, and more.
317 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M5T 1G4, Canada, Phone: 416-979-6610
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19.Shopgirls Gallery Boutique
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Shopgirls Gallery Boutique sells handmade Canadian designs, clothing, accessories, art, and home décor through a unique consignment system that allows new and emerging artists and designers to showcase their wares. The store also has a Pre-Loved initiative for second-hand items and offers the services of an on-site seamstress who will transform objects into new masterpieces. Shopgirls caters for women of all shapes and sizes with a selection of unique and individually selected clothing and accessories.
1342 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6K 1L4, Canada, Phone: 416-534-7467
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20.Spruce Toronto | Home Decor and Gifts
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Spruce Toronto | Home Decor + Gifts is a hidden gem for home décor, contemporary furnishings, accessories, and unique gifts. The boutique boasts exposed-brick walls and sells an array of vintage, antique, handcrafted, and upcycled items, ranging from barware, bath, and body, and books to candles and fragrances, home accessories, personal accessories, and articles for children. The store also stocks a range of cannabis accessories and has a vintage market for those individual, one-of-a-kind pieces.
455 Parliament St, Toronto, ON M5A 3A3, Canada, Phone: 647-748-4060
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21.Uncle Otis Clothing
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Uncle Otis Clothing is a sleek contemporary men's clothing store offering stylish, casual clothing, shoes, and accessories inspired by international streetwear. Opened in 1991, Roger O'Donnell, keyboardist of the British band The Cure, the store features well-known brands such as Fred Perry, Alex Mill, The North Face, and New Balance, as well as their designs and international streetwear collections. The store is well known for being the place to get high-end chore coats and stylish accessories that ooze street cred.
329 Spadina Ave, Toronto, ON M5T 2E9, Canada, Phone: 416-920-2281
© Victoire Boutique
Victoire Boutique is an independently-owned vintage-chic boutique store for classic and cutting-edge women's apparel, footwear, and accessories. Focusing on ethical and sustainable Canadian-made clothing, the boutique carries over 80 designers, most of whom are Canadian women, and features a rotating lineup of classic separates, sundresses such as French-inspired pieces from Montreal's Betina Lou, cobalt-and-chartreuse pieces by Eve Gravel, and clean-lined dresses from Birds of North America. The clothing can be paired with a range of quirky, low-cost jewelry.
129A Ossington Ave, Toronto, ON M6J 2Z6, Canada, Phone: 416-588-6978
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23.Vintage Home Boutique
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Vintage Home Boutique is an upscale furniture shop specializing in midcentury-modern décor and custom furnishings, eco-friendly furniture, as well as modern accessories for the home. The store focuses on high quality, service, and sustainability and stocks an ever-changing assortment of tables, chairs, sofas, lounge sets, table décor, wall décor, lanterns, candlesticks, and clocks. In addition to selling new pieces, it also offers furniture restoration services, such as furniture refinishing and reupholstery. The Toronto-based furniture store also buys classic pieces of furniture and home décor, such as salvaged lighting, accessories, and locally produced art, and offers a nationwide delivery service.
1639 St Clair Ave W, Toronto, ON M6N 1H7, Canada, Phone: 647-349-8430
24.WANT Apothecary, Rosedale
© WANT Apothecary, Rosedale
Inspired by the ambiance of 19th-century pharmacy, WANT Apothecary, Rosedale is a concept store that offers beauty essentials, bath and body products, grooming and pampering products, and more. WANT Apothecary stocks a selection of brands, including Commes des Garçons, Fleur du Mal, Grown Alchemist, Jil Sander, Filippa K, as well as their in-house brand WANT Les Essentiels. WANT Apothecary has professionally trained staff to supply personalized service and help with skincare and beauty regimes.
1070 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4W 3V7, Canada, Phone: 416-924-8080
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24 Best Toronto Shopping Spots
- Black Rooster Decor, Photo: Black Rooster Décor
- Blackbird Vintage Finds, Photo: Blackbird Vintage Finds
- Blue Banana Market, Photo: Blue Banana Market
- Frank and Oak, Photo: zephyr_p/stock.adobe.com
- Freda's Originals Inc., Photo: Chaay_tee/stock.adobe.com
- Joe Fresh, Photo: geargodz/stock.adobe.com
- M Boutique, Photo: pixfly/stock.adobe.com
- Meg, Photo: /stock.adobe.com
- Moores Clothing for Men, Photo: Moores Clothing for Men
- Nue Clothing, Photo: Nué Clothing
- Outer Layer, Photo: Outer Layer
- Poor Little Rich Girl, Photo: Poor Little Rich Girl
- Posh Boutique, Photo: Posh Boutique
- Prada Toronto, Photo: dietwalther/stock.adobe.com
- Putti Fine Furnishings, Photo: Putti Fine Furnishings
- Red Pegasus, Photo: Red Pegasus
- Royal Canadian Gifts, Photo: Royal Canadian Gifts
- shopAGO - Art Gallery of Ontario, Photo: shopAGO - Art Gallery of Ontario
- Shopgirls Gallery Boutique, Photo: Shopgirls Gallery Boutique
- Spruce Toronto | Home Decor and Gifts, Photo: Spruce Toronto | Home Decor + Gifts
- Uncle Otis Clothing, Photo: Uncle Otis Clothing
- Victoire Boutique, Photo: Victoire Boutique
- Vintage Home Boutique, Photo: Vintage Home Boutique
- WANT Apothecary, Rosedale, Photo: WANT Apothecary, Rosedale
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