What a girl!
Girl Friday (776 College, 416-531-1036, and 740 Queen West, 416-364-2511) is calling its end-of-bargain-hunting-season promotion a Crazy Sale, and when you see the slashed prices you’ll know why. Starting today (Thursday, January 31) until Monday (February 4), past seasons’ merch regularly priced between $20 and $300 is on sale for $5 to $50. If you’re hunting for slightly more au courant style, fall 2007 clothing and accessories are all half-price.
Farewell to Flair
Eclectic Drakeland shop Flair (1142 Queen West, 416-537-6888) closes its doors today (Thursday, January 31), which leaves you a few last shopping hours to go through the remaining stock of furniture and fashion. Men and women can dig through bins of quality vintage clothing from the 20s through to 80s, all priced to move. We doubt there’ll be much furniture left, but you might score a retro home find.
Veggies, avert your eyes! Canadian leather label M0851 (23 St. Thomas, 416-920-4001, www.m0851.com) is holding a rare sale. Men’s and women’s clothing, including blazers, coats, pants and skirts, is now discounted by up to 50 per cent. The trick to benefiting from this bargain is avoiding eye contact with the shelves full of signature utilitarian bags and non-leather clothing still at regular price.
Kensington Market’s Fresh Baked Goods (274 Augusta, 416-913-7471) clears out a winter’s worth of woolly stock. Fresh Baked Goods sweaters usually $139 to $169 are now $49. Knit hats and scarves are 40 per cent off. Dagg and Stacey fans can pick up pants, tops and jackets all marked down 50 to 70 per cent. Summer season tops, dresses and skirts perfect for pulling out come spring are $19 to $49. And last but not least, locally made jewellery is 25 per cent off.
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