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The top 6 warehouse sales in Toronto this April

Warehouse sales in and around Toronto this month will help you revamp your wardrobe. Whether you're in dire need of an entirely new closet of clothes or want to invest in a few key pieces on the cheap, these sales will make things easy on your bank account.

Here are my picks for the top warehouse sales in Toronto this month.

Rudsak (April 7-10)
Rudsak makes beautiful clothing, but - unfortunately, for us broke Torontonians - it's also pretty expensive. If you've been coveting any of the brand's pieces, hit up 99 Sudbury sometime this weekend for big savings. Outerwear, footwear, handbags, leather accessories and more will be discounted up to 70%.

Casalife (April 7-10)
'Tis the season for spring cleaning and refurnishing. Instead of making a beeline to IKEA for cheap furniture, opt to get some nicer pieces at Casalife, instead. The brand is offering up to 75% off in-stock items and floor models for one weekend only at its Etobicoke warehouse.

Guess (April 13-17)
If you're a fan of Guess, Marciano and/or Vero Moda, you'll want to head to the International Centre next week. All goods will be 60%-90% off, which means you could save hundreds of bucks on your spring and summer wardrobes. Parking and admission are free.

William Ashley (April 15-20)
Head to Vaughan for deals on tableware, kitchenware, home decor and more. The six-day event will include over 25 departments with discounts at up to 80% off, so if you're looking to completely redesign your home, now's the time.

New Balance (April 20-24)
The time has finally come to pack away your Sorel collection and embrace more stylish and seasonally appropriate footwear. Save up to 70% on New Balance sneakers, clothing, accessories and lifestyle goods for all ages and genders.

Adidas and Reebok (April 28-May 1)
Ditch last year's ratty Infinity Runners or worn-in Stan Smiths in favour of some fresh new kicks. There's no word on which styles will be available, but fingers crossed that some Superstars and Tubulars will be hidden in the mix. Discounts are TBA.

What did I miss? Leave your picks for the top warehouse sales in Toronto in the comments.

Photo by Hector Vasquez.

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