Shopgirl sporting the Domestic Goddess necklace

Shopgirls Presents Gifted: One Day Sale Tomorrow


I usually disagree with the phrase "it is better to give than to receive" but with such precious gift ideas from Shopgirls I wouldn't mind giving... or receiving, specifically if it's the "Domestic Goddess" necklace by Samantha Nemiroff sported by 'Shopgirl', right.

Shopgirls, a precious boutique and gallery in Parkdale, is hosting a one-day sale entitled Gifted tomorrow from 1:00 to 6:00pm. What makes this day special is that Shopgirls' owner Michelle Germain has brought in one-of-a-kind or one-of-a-few gift-inspired pieces such as jewellery, cards, artwork, bags, baby shoes, men's and women's clothing and home decor from 20 new Canadian artisans, sold on that day only. The event also features live jazz and complimentary gift-wrapping.

With Mother's Day this weekend, Father's Day only a month away and wedding season fast approaching, Gifted is the perfect opportunity to find something truly unique to make a loved one smile.

Here is a sneak peek of what you can find at Shopgirls tomorrow.

"Domestic Goddess" necklace by Ottawa-based designer Samantha Nemiroff, $350

Armbags from Montreal's

Jupiter Freedom armbags

Jupiter Freedom, $52

TLC Bags by Tracy Lee Crandall

TLC Bags

, made from recycled clothing with porcelain buttons, $69-89

Cufflinks from Toronto's

Green Shag cufflinks

Green Shag, $80 per pair

Pelusinho baby shoes by Toronto designer Leonissa Belmar, $45 per pair

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Greeting cards by Kathryn Boyd, $5 each

SHOPGIRLS Gallery-Boutique
1342 Queen St. West (Queen west of Gladstone Ave.), Toronto
416.534.SHOP (7467)

Gifted is on Saturday, May 10th from 1:00 to 6:00pm

All photos by Jade Maravillas


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