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Small shops in Toronto

Cant kill da Rooster

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I was in Yorkville and a place that stuck in my mind was a little men's shop called Domo. The selection was very limited, but the quality seemed reasonable for the price. Looks like the owner brings in mostly shirts, pants and sweaters from Italy. Anyone have any experience with this place or the quality of their clothes?

There were a lot of shops in the area I didn't have time to check out, what small places are recommended to a) find quality clothes and b) find deals?
 

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Originally Posted by Cant kill da Rooster
I was in Yorkville and a place that stuck in my mind was a little men's shop called Domo. The selection was very limited, but the quality seemed reasonable for the price. Looks like the owner brings in mostly shirts, pants and sweaters from Italy. Anyone have any experience with this place or the quality of their clothes?

There were a lot of shops in the area I didn't have time to check out, what small places are recommended to a) find quality clothes and b) find deals?


I think that place is an offshoot of the now-dead 83 Bloor which used to be where the current Hugo Boss flagship store is.

The place across the street on Bay carries the more heavily discounted stuff.

I've wanted to check out Marcello Tarantino on Hazelton but haven't had a chance as yet.
 

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The Coop in the Yonge/Eglington area is known to have some deals every so often........
 

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Originally Posted by TRINI
The place across the street on Bay carries the more heavily discounted stuff.


If it's the one that sells women's in the front, I think I went into this one but the sales lady wouldn't stop following me around. She kept trying to sell me cotton pants. They did have some good prices though.
 

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