With over 25 locations across the GTA and growing, Marshalls retail stores offer brand name and designer fashions discounted at 20-60% off specialty and department stores prices daily. Marshalls’ rapidly changing product assortment creates a unique “treasure hunt” feel for shoppers who can expect to find new products weekly across all Marshalls locations. With so many shopping possibilities, how does one decide which Marshalls store is worth their time and effort? Here’s our breakdown of the best Marshalls locations in Toronto:

Yonge and Gerrard (382 Yonge Street)

This flagship Marshalls location is larger than life! Located all on one level and conveniently above a Bed Bath and Beyond, visit this Marshalls store for a huge (we mean huge,) home décor department. We were lucky enough to spot a slew of Kate Spade cookware and dinnerware for sale here. Need kids clothing? The children’s department at this Yonge and Gerrard Marshalls is equally as impressive with the cutest brand name clothing for the little ones. Tons of quality gift options throughout the entire store.

John St. South of Richmond (126 John St.)

At this downtown, two level Marshalls location you’ll find an impressive selection of ladies’ apparel and accessories. Yes, we pretty much drooled over finding Rebecca Minkoff leather cell phone cases and Ralph Lauren purses in immaculate condition. The selection of brand name cosmetics and hair care items at this Marshalls is huge; displays were well stocked and organized so you don’t have to do too much digging. At this Marshalls we also spotted a dedicated area for organic, ethical and eco-friendly products which was nice to see.

Dufferin Mall (900 Dufferin St.)

With it’s own convenient entrance from the underground parking lot of Dufferin Mall, this Marshalls location is a shoe mecca! Here, you’ll find all of your favourite seasonal footwear styles right at the entrance. Hit up this Marshalls location for a sizable home décor section as well – we were impressed by the larger furniture items like wardrobes and nightstands towards the back of the store. There’s also a big selection of season-specific décor items like wreaths and tableware. Shopping Tip: If this store doesn’t do it for you, there’s a Winners location (Marshalls’ sister brand,) at the other end of the mall.

The Queensway (158 North Queensway)

Tucked in behind a slew of other big box retailers, you might miss this Etobicoke Marshalls location if you’re not looking for it. We were very impressed by the huge selection of brand name and designer ladies apparel in the center of the store. While home décor selection was small, housewares and knick-knacks by the checkout area housed a ton of trendy and affordable gift items. The checkout line moved efficiently and this store was implacably organized even during our visit on a busy weekend afternoon.

What do you think is the best Marshalls in Toronto?

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