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10 holiday gift ideas for the fashionista in Toronto

Holiday gift ideas for the fashionista in Toronto will help your loves one look and feel like their most stylish self, even if they haven't left the house in months. From playful wardrobe additions to one-of-a-kind pieces, these gifts are sure to brighten up your style-lover's day. 

Here are some holiday gifts idea for the fashionista in Toronto. 

Tie Dyed Nike Socks from Ease

Nike's classic performance cushion socks got some hand-dyed love from the people at this Dundas West shop. This colourful footwear is $30 a pair and sports a mix of natural and procion mix-dyes. 

Silk charmeuse scarf from Paraluman Flora

Beautiful 36" x 36" scarves by this Toronto floral designer working out of Tahanan Studios are to die for. Created by a team of local artists including illustrator Gabriella Mabazza and sewer Yana Manta, there are two designs to choose from at $123 each. 

Alpaca fur slippers from The Narwhal

Perfect for traipsing around the house (but make it runway) are these alpaca fur trim slippers with a shearling innersole and suede sole. These $215 slippers are made in Peru and cruelty-free. Find them at The Narwhal's Yonge and Summerhill boutique. 

Salish Chandelier Earrings from Comrags

Indigenous designer Warren Steven Scott from the Nlaka’pamux Nation has designed some earrings for Comrags using motifs from Salish design. These acrylic pieces have sterling silver findings and hang seven centimetres long. Each pair is $70. 

Canvas bucket bag from Some Of The Parts

There's a reason this bag is a bestseller. This durable wax cotton canvas bag ($150) can carry everything from a laptop to gym stuff, ideal for stylish people on the go. It's also lined with water-repellent nylon, with straps to give it that signature functional look.

Wire headband from Kwesiya 

Bathurst Street's best shop making the top of you head look cute is selling 100% cotton headbands that, big plus, will also keep your ears warm. A wire inside means you can twist the ends up to make whatever shape you want. Headbands are $29 each.

Chain bracelet from Mejuri

There's a whole lot of jewellery to choose from at this Dundas West boutique, but going with a classic is a safe bet. Their double curb chain bracelet made from vermeil is $90 and comes with a two-year warranty and 60 days of returns. 

Silk scrunchies from 100% silk 

Help your fashionista live their best Disney princess life with some oversized scrunchies made from silk charmeuse. These hair pieces from Kate Turner come in black, mint, and cream for $50 at the West Queen West store 100% Silk. 

Japanese fashion magazine from Haven Toronto

For the person that eats and breathes style, a fashion magazine can never go wrong. Haven on Richmond St. East is home to some hard-to-find publications dedicated to the history and future of style worldwide, averaging around $20 a pop.

Faux repitle skin purse from Creeps

Chinatown's hot-girl store is selling a kiss-shaped, faux reptile skin bag that you can pretend is made from iguana, like that Kelis song. This magnetic fold closure bag, with diagonal straps, is $50.

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