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Toronto heat wave inspires new line of clothing

As you may have noticed, Toronto's been feeling downright tropical lately. And while summer '16 may not be the hottest season on record for our city, it's still pretty toasty. And now you can celebrate this year's heat wave with a new locally based clothing line.

The appropriately named Tropical Toronto features t-shirts, tank tops and tote bags for both kids and adults. "Inspired by the long, hot, humid days of 2016's summer, we bring you this collection of tropical-inspired and pool-related neighbourhood tees, tanks, prints and more," reads the company's website.

You can grab a Christie Pits Pool tee for $30 or a tank emblazoned with the phrase, "Sorry for the things I said when it was -30 outside," for $28.

And you may as well celebrate summer now because it'll be chilly out before you know it.

Photo via @tropicaltoronto_
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