king West style tips

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Check out th­ese fash­ion finds

King West isn’t ex­actly a fash­ion mecca, but there are a few key shop­ping spots

you won’t want to miss.

Got­style (62 Bathurst, 416-260-9696, got­ is one of the city’s best des­ti­na­tions for menswear. From trendy- ca­sual po­los and jeans to suits that look straight off the run­way, Got­style has you cov­ered. Staff aren’t snobby or pushy, so even the shyest shop­per can feel com­fort­able brows­ing the racks. Bonus: the store car­ries sev­eral Canadian de­sign­ers. Think off-the-rack is so yes­ter­day? Visit In­dochino (425 King West, 416-260- 6665, in­ for cus­tom menswear with­out a crip­pling price tag.

It seems ev­ery­one and their mother is train­ing for a marathon this sum­mer. Luck­ily, King West run­ners can stop by Black­Toe Run­ning (95 Bathurst, 416-792-7223, black­toerun­, one of the best spe­cial­ity shops in town. In ad­di­tion to all the at­tire you need to get mov­ing, it of­fers a monthly race team and other coach­ing ser­vices. Eco- con­scious shop­pers will love the Detox

Mar­ket (367 King West, 416-548-9879, thedetox­mar­ It boasts a se­lec­tion of cu­rated health and beauty prod­ucts with zero tox­i­c­ity. No parabens, ph­tha­lates, gly­cols, PEGs or syn­thet­ics here. Look for Canadian brands Prov­ince Apothe­cary, Teal­ish, Sa­padilla, Nud Food, Ke­waza and Sap­pho on their shelves.

Can’t find what you want on King West? Queen West is just a short walk away and packed with some of Toronto’s best bou­tiques.

Mike An­der­son and Maya An­der­son run Black­Toe, one of T.O.’s best spe­cialty shoe stores.

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