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The top 5 warehouse sales in Toronto this May

Warehouse sales this month are appropriately lined up to get you into a summer look, quickly. Sporty, easy, colourful and laid-back is the vibe for summer sixteen, and these warehouse wonders make it just a bit easier to look expensive, cheaply.

Here's a round-up of warehouse and sample sales to scavenge through this May.

Nordstrom (May 11-15)
OK, this one is in Markham, but it's Nordstrom's people! This sale boasts up to 80% off the upscale American retailer and it'll feature designer clothes, shoes and accessories. Hit this one up early to nab the real gems. Markham Fairgrounds, 10801 McCowan Road (at Elgin Mills).

True Religion (May 25 - 29)
True Religion has moved past bellbottomed jeans with monstrous white stitching... mostly. A good sale to visit for easy-breezy summer pieces up to 90%. Men's, women's and children's.
International Centre Hall 6, 6900 Airport Road.

Nautica (May 19-28)
Trying to sport that "I sail boats around Toronto Island, no big deal" look this summer? Nautica, and it's sunny, all-American aesthetic are 60-80% off at this sale. Sports polo's and shoes are the hot items here. 81 St. Regis Crescent South.

Le Sportsac (May 13-15)
There's not much more to say about a Sportsac warehouse sale other than: BAGS! They don't get cuter than Le Sportsac and displayed on a table in a warehouse is really the only way to spend money on them. 510 Lawrence Avenue West.

Vans (May 12-14)
This is a cash and credit only sale so it's going to be vicious. But Vans-crowd style vicious. Take the morning off work and get there at the crack of dawn for Van shoes, boots, clothing, jackets, accessories and helmets. 79 Wingold Avenue.

What did I miss? Add more May warehouse sales in Toronto to the comments.


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