Richmond Hill Post - - Best Shooping -

PARI DAVIS got her first job in fash­ion at the ripe age of seven. It was at her aunt’s bou­tique, but need­less to say, she’s al­ways had a knack for what to wear, and so it’s no sur­prise WANT BOU­TIQUE is a lo­cal hit. 9301 Bathurst St.


In a non­de­script build­ing on Ma­jor Mackenzie sits a shoe store that is most wor­thy of de­scrip­tion. Fun and var­ied, the footwear at A PER­FECT PAIR ranges from flirty fem­i­nine (stud­ded red stilet­tos) to sleek and ca­sual (tan, be­jew­elled loafers). You can also grab a dress and purse to match. 2396 Ma­jor Mackenzie Dr., #3


Real talk: it seems im­pos­si­ble to score great sec­ond-hand out­fits in plus sizes. But thanks to CURVACEOUS CON­SIGN

MENTS, it is pos­si­ble. As one of the only re­sale shops in the GTA fo­cused on sizes 12 to 5X, this bou­tique car­ries de­signer and name brand clothes you won’t find else­where. 7670 Yonge St.


LF OP­TI­CAL is a 30-year-old fam­ily-owned busi­ness, but the prod­ucts reach far be­yond mom-and-pop shop wares. The schman­ci­est de­signer glasses, from Ba­len­ci­aga to Ce­line to Givenchy, are all on of­fer. But even bet­ter news: it sells its prod­ucts at whole­sale prices. Bet you can’t buy just one pair. 1450 Cen­tre St.


There’s a rea­son why every­one was so ec­static when MIN­ISO an­nounced it was open­ing in Prom­e­nade mall. The shop is renowned for selling high­qual­ity de­signer goods and adorable knick-knacks at af­ford­able prices. Elec­tron­ics, beauty prod­ucts, house­wares, sta­tionery — it has it all. 1 Prom­e­nade Cir.


The ul­ti­mate des­ti­na­tion for grooms­men and grooms,

WINGMEN SUITS pro­vides a per­sonal shop­ping ex­pe­ri­ence that makes out­fit­ting a bridal party an en­joy­able task. With price points rang­ing from $250 to $450, be­ing in your buddy’s wed­ding party no longer has to break the bank. 45B West Wil­mot St., #2


New kid on the block, SOX

CITY is now open at Prom­e­nade mall, where it of­fers a wide range of — you guessed it — socks! It has got it all cov­ered: men’s, women’s, kids’, dressy, sporty and more. Look­ing for some­thing par­tic­u­lar like wool socks for a win­ter ad­ven­ture? It has those too. 1 Prom­e­nade Cir.


THE FIN­NISH PLACE has some­thing for every­one. As you may have guessed, the items are im­ported from Fin­land and cover ev­ery­thing from house­wares to ac­ces­sories, cloth­ing and more. Brands in­clude Marimekko, Iit­talia and Ar­rika. All have im­pec­ca­ble de­signs. Alas it’s the Scan­di­na­vian way. 7670 Yonge St.


Whether it’s a wed­ding, black­tie gala or a ritzy night on the town, SASHAY BOU­TIQUE will have a dress to suit the look you’re go­ing for. With many of the pieces im­ported from Europe, it still keeps the price points rea­son­able, and the dresses are gor­geous. What else could you pos­si­bly ask for? 7724 Yonge St.

The team at BLK SHEEP was in­spired to open the bou­tique af­ter trav­el­ling the world and re­al­iz­ing a gap in what GTA shops had to of­fer. 7181 Yonge St. A must-visit when it comes to find­ing the per­fect dress for your lit­tle one, BLINK BLANK cov­ers all your needs for ev­ery spe­cial oc­ca­sion. 1 Prom­e­nade Cir. You can of­ten catch the hosts of CTV’s The So­cial don­ning pieces from MASKA MODE. The pieces are colour­ful, flat­ter­ing and fun. 1 Prom­e­nade Cir.

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