The Best Menswear Stores in Toronto
The best menswear stores in Toronto are diverse in offerings; they'll have you covered no matter what you're in the market for. With destinations across the city, it isn't difficult to find a good pair of denim, timeless suit, or everyday essential. Plus, each boutique is curated to a T for a particular lifestyle, carrying extras like housewares and apothecary.
Here are the best menswear stores in Toronto.
Montreal-based Frank + Oak settled on the corner of Queen and Tecumseth after pop-up shop success in Toronto, and has grown a dedicated following since. Offering on-trend pieces at fair price points, the spacious boutique is mostly stocked with sophisticated casualwear like leather sneakers and super soft t-shirts, but also offers a selection of simple suits.
With locations in near King West and the Distillery District, Gotstyle is a longstanding go-to for streetwear lovers and dapper dudes alike. They have everything from $25 graphic tees to $1300 suits, but don't expect anything subtle - Gotstyle is best known for their unconventional cuts and quirky prints.
Part clothing shop and part cafe, Lost & Found is the perfect place to peruse rugged Americana gear -- Americano in hand. Classics like Adidas Stan Smiths and Levi's 511s are always in stock, while gems like print-clad Gitman Bros. shirts and Champion reverse weave loungewear fly off the shelves.
Sydney's has been around for quite some time, and for good reason - they only carry the most sophisticated and timeless clothing meant to last. Akin to artwork, the meticulously crafted pieces are displayed in a large, minimalistic space. But, don't expect to find striking colour here; they specialize in neutral-toned denim, suiting, and basics.
Though located outside Toronto's Menswear mecca, a pilgrimage to this destination store in the Junction rewards the explorer with stellar Canadian labels such as Outclass and Reigning Champ. They're all about the local economy and harvesting excellent menswear finds from the Great Canadian Backyard.
Run by laid-back owners brimming with a knowledge and passion for menswear, Park and Province hosts staples like New Balance Sneakers and Ebbetsfield baseball caps to draw you in. Once in, you'll find that they're a treasure trove of brands such as Portuguese Flannel Shirts and Thorocraft leather kicks. Their back patio also serves as stomping grounds for many a pop-up store.
At first glance, Working Title is so minimal in visual merchandising it seems a visit would only take a second, but you could easily spend an hour or two in the space. The main floor houses hard-to-find brands like Gosha Rubchinskiy and Engineered Garments, while the basement peddles indie photo publications. Plus, it often doubles as a gallery space thanks to its clean white walls and plenty of room to peruse.
With humble beginnings as a silk screening studio, this Kensington Market haunt has since expanded to diversify their collection in addition to their house brand. Known for menswear with a little added fanfare, Model Citizen houses fun printed shirts by United Stock Dry Goods as well as jersey basics with tongue-in-cheek Toronto slogans. They also offer Silk Screen Classes!
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