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5 stores opening soon in Toronto to get excited about

These new stores opening soon in Toronto for will actually get you excited to pick out your back-to-school or chilly weather wardrobe. From large US based department stores to a cult Japanese chain, shopping options just keep getting better.

Here's a round-up of stores opening soon in Toronto to get excited about.

Nordstrom
This upscale department store is also making its way to both Yorkdale and the Eaton Centre - the latter will open on September 16, so you can start getting excited to shop for clothes, makeup and shoes now.

Uniqlo
Uniqlo is finally opening up in Toronto! Get ready to stock up on gloriously multicoloured basics, black pants and packable puffy jackets. This Japanese retailer will make its Canadian debut at the Eaton Centre before it opens at Yorkdale in October.

Canada Goose
Toronto's getting its first standalone Canada Goose store this fall and it'll be located inside the new Yorkdale expansion. It'll feature 4,000 square feet of down-lined jackets and other cold weather accessories.

Vitaly
This locally owned jewellery and apparel company is opening its first ever permanent bricks-and-mortar storefront this fall in the Queen West area. It'll feature Vitaly products as well as some other (well curated) brands.

Babaton
Aritzia - the Canadian clothing company now going public - is giving it private label Babaton its very own store at the Eaton Centre. According to information in its IPO documents, Babaton will open before the end of this year.

What store are you most excited to shop at? Let us know in the comments.


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