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5 new shops for Secret Santa gifts in Toronto

New shops for Secret Santa gifts all line their shelves with a variety of goodies that won't break the bank. If your budget is around $50 or less you should find lots to choose from here.

Here's a round-up of new shops for Secret Santa gifts in Toronto.

Unlovable General

For a mix of clothing, accessories and knick knacks, head to this spot on Dundas West. It's by the team behind Unlovable and Loveless and best of all, you can grab kombucha and sometimes beer while you shop.

Deciem

This Toronto-based beauty brand has garnered major success around the world, but only started opening stores here this year. Visit the one in Kensington Market and impress your friends or family members with treats from this "abnormal beauty company."

Knife Fork Book

This pint-sized book store is located inside Rick's Cafe in Kensington Market. It sells poetry books, so suprise that special someone with awe-inspiring words and expand their literary mind.

Tuck Shop Trading Co.

You probably know Tuck Shop's neighbourhood hats, but this brand that's all about kitschy Canadiana finally has its own storefront in Rosedale where you can find all sorts of comfy and cozy goodies.

Sweet Addictions Candy

Fill up someone's belly with a bunch of hard-to-find candy and confections from this Willy Wonka-esque treasure trove at Dundas and Ossington.

Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez


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