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where are they? Where are some good places to shop?.
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Originally Posted by stylingazn View Post
where are they? Where are some good places to shop?.

Best place I know of is Value Village at Bloor and Lansdowne.

Some decent vintage stores are 69 Vintage near Queen and Dovercourt, as well as Public Butter at Queen and Noble, as well as Davids Haus of Vintage also at Queen and Noble.
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There are probably around 10,000 thrift stores in and around the city. I've found the best stuff in an Oakville Value Village - Dundas and Winston Churchill.
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Ive heard that one is really good actually. I dont own a car so I never go there.
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Off the Cuff at Yonge and Egg, pretty expensive for Thrift store.

and Renissance Man on Grosvenor at Yonge (just north of College)

However, never overly impressed with the finds at either place.
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Ive heard that one is really good actually. I dont own a car so I never go there.

Worth checking out if you're in the area. I've found an ermenegildo zegna suit in there once. It didn't fit so I didn't buy it (kinda wish I did). The rise on the pants was obscene, I'd say it was at least a 14"rise. I've also found a 100% Cashmere Turtleneck for $5, a hardly worn London Fog trench for $14.

I've also found a nice pair of AE Richmonds in the Dixie and Dundas Value Village. $10 + $90 to recraft, a nice pair of AE longwings for $100.
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