The top 5 new menswear stores in Toronto
The top new menswear stores in Toronto will help kick your style up a few notches. The last year brought some fashionable new players to the city's retail scene. If your wardrobe is in need of an update, turn to these places to find something a little more unique than those on the racks at the local Gap.
Here are my picks for the top new menswear stores in Toronto.
Love & Greed
If you aspire to join the ranks of Toronto's top fashion bloggers, Love & Greed is worth a visit. The Parkdale shop stocks clothes for every occasion, with everything from Alexander Nash suits and tuxedos to Satya Twena hats in its stock. Bonus: there's a hidden whisky bar tucked away in the basement that you can reserve for private events.
Park & Province
Park & Province sells trend-forward casual pieces right across the street from Trinity Bellwoods on West Queen West. The store carries a mix of hard to find brands and big name labels, so whether you're on the hunt for a pair of New Balance sneaks or Portuguese Flannel shirts they've got you covered.
This Bloorcourt boutique touts duds from homegrown brands like 18 Waits and Muttonhead, plus a smattering of labels from abroad. You'll find a healthy supply of overnight bags, knitwear, outerwear, chinos and button-downs on its shelves. It also has a small apothecary section, if you're looking to upgrade your skincare regimen.
Frank & Oak (Don Mills)
Frank & Oak isn't unfamiliar to lover's of contemporary menswear. The West Queen West store has been a staple for a couple years now, bolstering men's wardrobes with its brand of refined casual apparel. This past year it opened an outpost in the Shops At Don Mills, giving those on east side a new haunt. Caffeine lovers will also be pleased to know that this outpost has its every own Café Névé.
Simon Carter (Dundas West)
Simon Carter kissed its West Queen West boutique goodbye and relocated its flagship to a cozy space on Dundas West. Its stock includes dapper wool jackets, cashmere knits, leather trainers and more. If you're looking to inject your wardrobe with a bit of U.K. flair, this is where to go.
What did I miss? Add your favourite new menswear stores to the comments.
Photo of Park & Province by Hector Vasquez.
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