5 Places To Shop For Affordable Shoes In Toronto

I’m sure we all know that the right footwear can make or break your whole outfit. This is why investing in quality shoes seriously matters. Honestly, I think that one can never have enough shoes, and if the shoe fits, buy it in every colour. Elevate your casual jeans and tee with a pair of killer stilettos, or pair a tulle skirt with your favourite pair of sneakers. Plus, a great way to dip your toes into a new trend is by testing it out with a pair of shoes. Think of pairing  your biker shorts with cowboy boots for a western touch, or chunky sneakers with a flowy maxi dress for a sporty vibe. If you’re looking to spruce up your shoe wardrobe but not blow the budget, then you need to hit up these affordable shoe stores in Toronto.

Here are 5 affordable places to go shoe shopping in Toronto.

Fashionably Yours

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If you’re a diamond girl on a cubic zirconia budget, it might be wise to consider consignment shopping. Toronto’s robust fashion communities influence the unique inventory of designer goods in every store, and Queen West’s Fashionably Yours has designer footwear priced at a serious steal. Mix and match your low meets high budget buys for a well-balanced outfit: think your favourite wash of Topshop jeans, crisp white H&M button down blouse, and a classic pair of Chanel flats. Consignment shopping is also a low-risk way of adding non-conventional or stand-out pieces without breaking the bank. 

Plato’s Closet

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Shoe shoppers rejoice! At Plato’s Closet, get ready to shop the best of the best. Find the perfect pair of pumps you’ve been searching for, or score brand new Nike runners for a price you’d have to see to believe. The best part is, there are multiple stores located within the GTA to scour racks and find the best inventory. You can also skip the thrift-store anxiety as the lovely staff and smaller store make it much more enjoyable to shop!

The Shoe Company

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This one’s for the shoe-aholics. Longstanding The Shoe Company carries a great selection of sneakers, sandals, heels, and boots in lots of different colours. Not only that, but make sure you check out the stores clearance section in the back for even further reductions on shoes by brands we all know and love like Steve Madden, Birkenstock, Nike, and Cole Haan.

Call It Spring

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A mall fave for a very good reason, Call It Spring is known for its trendy selections all while being wallet-friendly. Plus, did you know the brand is now fully vegan? Expect to shop chic and trendy heels, boots, flats, and summery sandals for a major steal — seriously, $60 will get you a pair of killer stilettos. In addition to footwear, Call It Spring also stocks cuter than cute accessories that are also affordable. If that’s not enough for you, the brand recently launched a collab with Disney to celebrate the new Lion King movie and it’s adorable!

Winners

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Ask any fashion girl for her secret to affordable yet chic outfits and it’s probably Winners. One thing to know about shopping Winners is that location matters. This has helped me navigate how to locate the best products in every category, as every neighbourhood has it’s own special selection. If you’re looking for high-end shoes at a fraction of the cost, hit up Winners on Bloor. I once scored a killer pair of Balenciaga pumps for just $150 Also, I may add they were sitting right next to YSL stilettos. Find all kinds of shoes from a range of brands for discounted prices. You can thank me later.

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