Shopping Markets in Toronto
Toronto has numerous high end shopping markets and malls that display all kinds of stuff for vanity. But, this city is not all about that. There are markets and shopping boutiques out there in every corner that are undiscovered. You just have to find them and feast your eyes on nice clothes with prices you can afford. Watch for SALES season and cut out some discount coupons from magazines and newspapers.
Shop 'till you drop!
1. Watch out for The Clothing Show in May and September. It is host to over 300 booths of new local designers, retailers, jewellery, accessories, vintage, and eco-friendly clothing all under one roof. Art gallery and runway fashion shows add to the mix.
2. Go window shopping at Yorkville.
3. For discounts and one-stop shopping, find our LIST OF THE FLEA MARKETS IN TORONTO.
4. Go shopping at Honest Ed’s.
5. Cheap goods and good bargains? Chinatown.
6. Shop at Active Surplus.
7. Brickworks Farmer's Market (May - Oct). And for that matter, ride a bike in and around the Brickworks.
8. Visit Kensington Market, a shopper’s dream. You can find the most exotic spice in the world right next door to a fabulous vintage shop.
9. Sample honey and browse all stuff you want and need at St. Lawrence Market.
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