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Toronto neighbourhoods now available as key chains

There's no shortage of ways to stylishly boast your love of Toronto. There are a ton of t-shirts on the market paying homage to the 6, toques that give shout outs to distinct neighbourhoods, and Toronto-themed goods going up on Etsy on an almost daily basis.

The newest merch up for sale is ideal for those who are a little more modest with flaunting their love of Toronto: key chains.

Smitten Kitten, a design studio in downtown Toronto, has crafted keychains that pay homage to individual neighbourhoods in the city. Modelled after 1950's-style motel fobs, they're simultaneously nostalgic and fashion-forward.

There are currently 17 styles to choose from, repping everywhere from Bellwoods to The Beaches. If you're more of a nomad, constantly couch surfing, or can't just pick one, opt for the "TORONTO THE GOOD" option. They only cost $9, so they also make for a good stocking stuffer (if you want to start Christmas shopping early).


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