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Sneaking Away From The Herd At Propaganda

Photo Courtesy of K. Gaitens

The thing about me is that you can usually hear me approaching before you even see me.

I have this thing you see, this thing that makes it nearly impossible for me to leave the house without some sort of trinket dangling from either my neck or an armful of bangles, bracelets and chains adorning my wrists. Yeah, I'm that girl - some call it an obsession; I call it an affinity. And this girl cultivates this affinity quite simply at the little shop at 686 Yonge Street called Propaganda.

Owner Regina Sheung stocks items that stray just a wee bit from the everyday and caters to those girls who don't heed the magazine trends too closely and for those who respect and enjoy their own personal style. Not to mention the fact that she is one of the friendliest purveyors of trinkets, handbags and a small collection of clothing that you'll ever have the luck to meet.

The store is chock full of lovely and not-so mass produced goods, so you'll be sure to be the one of a kind girl that you are through and through. My caveat with Propaganda? I can't seem to leave without buying something.


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