The days that many of us shopping addicts have been waiting for are finally here. Slowly but surely Toronto shops have started reopening doors — with strict safety measures in place, of course. You can now begin to drop by and support your favourite local shops once again, which is very exciting. We are hopeful that the near future allows for this list to grow even more, but in the meantime stay safe and take precautions when you take your shopping trip. Don’t forget to also enjoy this chance to get out of the house and get back to doing things you love.
Now here are 10 Toronto retail stores that have reopened.
Good Neighbour is a clothing store for men, women, and children but it also sells home decor as well as bath and body items. The shop has a little bit of everything for everyone and the clothes found here are quite trendy and fun with brands like Levi’s, Hershel, Citizens of Humanity, and Adidas available. Good Neighbour is resuming with its regular hours, making it open to the public everyday.
Menswear shop Lost & Found is another retail store that has reopened for business Monday to Sunday from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. Continuing to sell stylish pieces and cool collections, Lost & Found is welcoming back customers with open arms — not literally of course.
Want to look bougie and fabulous for your next Zoom meeting? Dress rental studio Fitzroy Rentals is opening its space for one-on-one fitting appointments. The studio is open Tuesday to Saturday at set times, so send an email to discuss what time works best for you.
Tiger of Sweden has officially reopened its store doors with temporary hours from Monday to Sunday. The brand sells beautifully chic and formal clothes for men and women. If you’re looking to dress with a purpose, you should definitely stop by Tiger of Sweden.
This new and vintage clothing shop is entering business again with employees who are prepared with masks and hand sanitizer. Three Fates has temporary hours, Thursday to Sunday from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m with private personal shopping available to book online. The shop is being thoroughly cleaned between appointments so you can feel safe while shopping.
The Toronto-based shop has been designing beautiful jewelry since 2011 and its Parkdale location is now open for a couple of days a week for the time being. Armed is here for you to step up your accessory game for the summertime with dainty necklaces, pearl anklets, and statement earrings.
Made You Look is now back in action with plexiglass and protective gear to ensure customers and employees feel safe. The shop sells beautiful handmade and custom jewelry at all different price points so it’s easy to find the perfect piece of jewelry that’ll speak to you.
At Blue Banana Market you can quite literally find every kind of knick-knack that you can think of. Be sure to block off a couple of hours of your day if you want to browse the entire store as the inventory here is endless. The store is resuming with its usual hours, Monday to Sunday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The Toronto famous music destination, Sonic Boom, has reopened for business, continuing with its usual hours, Monday to Sunday from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. A face covering is a must when entering the shop, so don’t forget yours if you plan on stopping by.
Book an appointment to shop at Stylegarage because the store is now able to service customers in its showroom. Folks must don a mask to get in and the shop asks you to use sanitizer before entering. Stylegarage is ready to assist you with your furniture needs safely and efficiently with its selection of Canadian-made goods.
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