10 holiday gift ideas in Toronto for the stylish woman on your list
Holiday gift ideas for the stylish woman on your list should add some fun to your favourite fashionista’s closet. From fun accessories to wardrobe essentials, your gift doesn’t necessarily have to be expensive, but it does have to be fabulous.
Here are some holiday gift ideas in Toronto for the stylish woman on your list.
Only the most fashionable of fashionistas can pull off this vintage slim sunnies look from the 90s. Snow glare is a real thing, so grab a pair of the She Sells Seashells from this Chinatown shop for $25.
There’s no shortage of cozy knitted gems at this Queen West vintage store. The selection of goods have all been carefully curated for any discerning buyer of pre-loved wears.
A luxurious tote bag from Toronto-based brand Aunt Rae can be found at this contemporary boutique on West Queen West. Handmade from soft, durable suede, these $98 totes are nothing but class.
Who needs Superdry when you have Super Queer! This cute silkscreened crewneck from the queer goods purveyor on Dundas West comes in grey, pink, and black for $45.
Style is the best when it’s sustainable. For the eco-friendly fashion lover in your life, a pair of feather earrings made from bike inner tube rubber costs $25. Head to Parkdale to buy a pair.
For the person who doesn’t shy away from a playful print, grab a tee embroidered with UFOs or eyeballs from one of Toronto’s most eclectic designers, Hayley Elsaesser, on Queen Street. Tees run $66.
Nailing down the art of the toque is key for anyone who calls Canada home. You can shop the ribbed wool toque and knitted beanies from this Queen West store in all number of colours, starting at $24.50.
These shiny heeled boots are an ideal look for this holiday season. Head to this store on Ossington to grab a pair of these black sequin boots for $119.95.
If your giftee has a penchant for statement rings, a trip to this glam store on Lake Shore West will satisfy any magpie with their collection of over-the-top, bejewelled costume rings.
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