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10 holiday gift ideas for the stylish guy in Toronto

Holiday gifts for the stylish guy in Toronto will keep a man looking well-dressed and well-groomed this winter season. Equip that style-savvy savant with unique accessories, hip knits, or tools to keep their hair looking extra suave.

Here are some holiday gift ideas for the stylish guy in Toronto.

Casual tee from MILK

Drop by this milk-themed sneaker store in the Junction Triangle to pick up an effortlessly cool t-shirt from brands like Obey, Fairplay, and Puma. There's always a few good options on the racks, and they only cost $24.99. 

Deerksin gloves from Uncle Otis

While they’re definitely not cheap ($145 a pair), these luxurious gloves are an Uncle Otis staple. Head to Chinatown to buy this must-have for for the man who loves classy hand-warmers.

A monthly style subscription box from ESTBLSH

It's the gift that keeps on giving. This curated men's style box comes in single, three or six month subscriptions and packed with a selection of pockets squares, neck ties and socks. 

Watch from Park & Province

This West Queen West store carries a selection of wrist bling that's affordable and generally understated, for those who like things simple. Buy Timex pieces like the Vintage Marlin or even the cute Peanuts collab for the Snoopy fan for anywhere between $80 to $289.

Signet ring from 18 Waits

Rings are like the cherry on top of the style cake, and 18 Waits on West Queen West carries an exceptionally nice line of handmade rings from New York brand LHN.

Vintage sports knits from In Vintage We Trust

Sports jerseys will always have a special place in many people's closets, but you can take that fandom to the next level with an old school team knitted sweater from this Parkdale store selling pre-loved clothes.

Fancy chrome shaving safety razor from Gerhard Supply

Good for anyone with hair on their body, really, is the Merkur safety razor from this men's clothing store in the Junction. This $65 purchase by German company DOVO is a chrome, double-edge, open tooth comb safety razor—in other words, the best shave ever.

Fun pocket squares from Lost & Found

Add a pop of colour to somebody's wardrobe with these pocket squares from Ossington menswear store Lost & Found. These hand-made patterned fabrics come by way of New York brand The Hill-Side and run $40 each.

Cologne from Good Neighbour

Not your traditional cologne, the unisex scents from Escentric Molecules put an emphasis on the chemical component of aromas to bring a line of light but fragrant products. Sniff them at the store in Leslieville, and buy them for just over $100. 

Antique sunglasses from Kingpin's Hideaway

Dedicated to all things vintage menswear, this Queen West treasure has no shortage of fun finds that make perfect gifts. If top hats, collectible coins, and rare rings don't strike your fancy, you'll definitely find a pair of cool sunnies (as old as the 1930s) hidden here.

Quirky cufflinks from Loding

Cufflinks can be so much more than just shiny clips that hold your sleeves together. Head to Yorkville to buy some fun accessories with personality, like poker-themed cuffs for the card-player, or a play and pause pair for the movie buff for $55.

Beard oil from Muttonhead

Tame the wild man's flavour savour with a beard oil from this Canadian goods store on Roncy. The Canadian-made Mutt Scruff product is made with a slew of natural oils, and only costs $18, because rocking the mountain man look doesn't mean growing wires out of your face.

Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez of Milk


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