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The top 5 new fashion boutiques in Toronto

New fashion boutiques in Toronto will have you dressing to the nines. While some established brands are joining our city's fashion landscape, there are plenty of newcomers on the scene too. Offering everything from handmade jewelry to New Balance sneaks, these new style havens will keep your fashion game on point.

Here, in no particular order, are my picks for the top new fashion boutiques in Toronto.

Convey
Convey specializes in effortless and trend-forward pieces, with hangers touting everything from bold printed tops to distressed denim. The majority of stock comes from Australia and New Zealand-based labels, like Georgia Alice, that are hard to come by in the city.

Park & Province
Park & Province is a west end menswear mecca that stocks everything you need to become the city's next big fashion blogger. The store prides itself on carrying brands that are more on the obscure side, but also stocks big names like New Balance and Levi's.

Sugar & Scruff
Previously known as HUH, this style savvy store has evolved from carrying pieces designed by owner Linh Diep to stocking a carefully-curated roster of clothing and accessories. You'll find mostly modern, feminine pieces as well as a small menswear section.

JoshuaDAVID
JoshuaDAVID, known in Montreal for carrying established contemporary labels and pieces from up-and-coming designers, has brought its signature style to the streets of Toronto. The uptown store stocks everything from luxury brands to Toronto-based lines.

Pipler Accessories
This Cabbagetown shop carries fashion-forward accessories with a philanthropic edge. Each item supports a charitable cause, is made from sustainable materials, or has been handcrafted. Expect to find pieces like Rachel F. satchels and Sunpocket sunglasses lining the shelves.

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Photo of Convey by Hector Vasquez.


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