In recent years, Toronto has emerged as a major style destination. From luxury designer items to some of the best vintage shopping in North America, there is no shortage of stores to reinvent your wardrobe or home in Toronto.
Hunt down one-of-a-kind used clothing at consignment stores on Queen West, scour the hippest pre-loved boutiques strip in the city on Ossington, or window shop to your heart’s content in posh Bloor-Yorkville (our equivalent of New York’s Fifth Avenue). These popular neighborhoods are packed with unique retailers to fill your day, and cafés and bistros to fuel your efforts.
Prefer to do your shopping all under one roof? You’ll love Toronto’s many malls. Across from the bustling Yonge-Dundas Square is Toronto Eaton Centre, the city’s largest and most iconic shopping center. Not far away in Bloor-Yorkville, Hazelton Lanes offers a high-end shopping experience for label-lovers, while further west in Mississauaga, Square One boasts over 1.6 million square feet of retail space and more than 360 stores and services.
High fashion, vintage clothing, contemporary home décor, and one-of-a-kind souvenirs – if you can’t find what you’re looking for in Toronto, you simply aren’t looking hard enough.
6 Toronto Malls to Make a Day Of
Toronto is packed with so many shopping centres you could easily spend an entire day exploring them. So why don’t you?
Secondhand Chic: 10 Toronto Vintage Stores to Get Fab Finds
Aside from being an affordable way to shop, vintage shopping in Toronto is sure to refresh your wardrobe, draw attention, and earn you points on Queen West.
The Best Forage-Worthy Flea Markets in Toronto
As you peruse the crates of records, racks of vintage clothing and shelves of quirky collectibles, expect to be serenaded by buskers, tempted by the smells of food trucks and amused by many photo ops.
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Whether you’re on a budget or only limited by your imagination, our local vendors have what you need to make your vision a reality – from the dress to the flowers to the cake.
Shopping in Bloor-Yorkville: High-End Fashion and Boutiques
From designer boutiques carrying the latest fashions, to high-end galleries and antique shops, Bloor-Yorkville is heaven on earth for those with sophisticated tastes and deep pockets.
Shopping in King West: A Fresh Take on Furniture and Fashion
Toronto’s King Street is aptly named. Once populated primarily by warehouses and industrial buildings, today its multitude of fashion retailers, high-end lifestyle shops, and trendy restaurants, are truly fit for a king.
Shopping in Queen West: The Hippest of the Haute
Known as the Art and Design District, the uber-trendy two-kilometre Queen Street strip between Bathurst and Gladstone is home to some of the city’s most cutting edge boutiques.
Shopping in the Distillery District: Discover Old Toronto
From cobblestone streets to industrial-era buildings, it’s easy to where Old Toronto gets its name from.
Uniquely Toronto: Souvenir and Gift Shops You Won’t Find Anywhere Else
Toronto is a one-of-a-kind city – not only when it comes to our people and our attractions, but also when it comes to our local shops and businesses.