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The Best Jeans and Denim Stores in Toronto

The best jeans and denim stores in Toronto are held in high regard - anybody who can curate a collection filled to the brim with the world's most versatile material (and perpetual blue jeans trend) is a marvel on their own. Many stores on this list have scoured the streets and showrooms to offer everything from the heaviest of raw denim to the most (ironically) perfect pre-distressed numbers, and have even left room for those semi-questionable neon skinnies we all know and (subjectively) love. Needless to say, the variety is unending, much like the renowned, time-honoured fabric.

So let's hand it to nine local boutiques both big and small; their helpful customer service, standards of quality, and - of course - wide selections of built-to-last jeans and denim products have all landed them on this list.

Here are the best jeans and denim stores in Toronto.

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Dutil
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Dutil

It's no surprised Dutil is top of mind when it comes to buying jeans in Toronto. Their stock is exclusively denim, making for a large room filled floor-to-ceiling with shirts, overalls, shorts, and jeans in every wash you could think of. Plus, they made it a point to only carry the best of premium brands from across the globe like Nudie, APC, and Fidelity.

Over the Rainbow
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Over the Rainbow

What started as a tailor-made denim shop 38 years ago has become a shining beacon for jeans and fashion pieces alike. Over the Rainbow carries an impressive collection of both timeless and novelty designer jeans in every shape and size, including (but not limited to) Levi's 511s and hydrangea-dazzled leggings.


Sydney's
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Sydney's

Sydney's is the leading light of well-curated local menswear boutiques. They're known for having steep price points, but their jeans are surprisingly affordable. With quality denim brands like United Stock Dry Goods and THVM on the roster, you'll be getting a pair that'll last a lifetime at as little as $115 a pop.


Body Blue (Danforth)
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Body Blue (Danforth)

With over two decades and two locations under their belt (199 Danforth Ave and 724 Queen St W), Body Blue has been a long-time staple in the city for helpful customer service and premium denim. Peruse their seemingly endless stock of jeans in both bizarre and timeless washes, by brands such as 7 For All Mankind and Citizens of Humanity.


Lavish and Squalor
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Lavish and Squalor

I don't know about you, but Lavish & Squalor has been, is, and will likely always be the first stop on a walk west along Queen Street piloted by shopping spree intentions. The ultra hip atmosphere, fancy espressos, and selection of both well-known and obscure denim brands are what keep me coming back.

TNT Hazelton Lanes
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TNT Hazelton Lanes

TNT is massive. Like, 18,000 square feet massive. The space is the best backdrop for their high-end denim. Twinkling industrial lights and super shiny furnishings seem to make everything from Levi's to Rag & Bones gleam with perfection. Plus, there's tons of other stuff to gawk at, like Balmain and Jil Sander.



Nomad (Queen St.)
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Nomad (Queen St.)

Nomad is easily the fashion-savvy man's go-to for anything clothing-related, jeans of course being one of them. A small but carefully curated denim wall holds hard-to-find pieces like Junya Watanabe Man and house label selvedge threads.

Blue Button Shop
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Blue Button Shop

Perhaps the most dissimilar boutique on the list, Blue Button Shop carries only the most obscure of obscure denim labels straight out of Japan. Heller's Cafe (a workwear brand boasting durability, that pulls inspiration from vintage jeans) can be counted among their stock.

The Best Jeans and Denim Stores in Toronto


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