The best places to shop for Fall in Midtown

 

It’s a brand new season, and that means you may be in the market for some fresh new clothes from quality brands. You can find everything you need and more nearDavisville Village. To help you make your fall fashion dreams come true, here are some of the best places to shop for fall in Midtown.


Reitmans

Reitmans Toronto

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Reitmans has been dedicated to providing affordable fashion with great customer service since they were founded in 1926 by Herman and Sarah Reitman. The brand has come a long way since those days. What started as a small women’s clothing store on Boulevard St. Laurent in Montréal has become a publicly owned company. Despite scaling up significantly, it’s still a family-controlled business. It has 642 stores across the country operating under six different banners: Reitmans, Penningtons, Addition Elle, Thyme Maternity, RW&CO and Hyba Activewear. Visit their location in the Yonge and Eglinton Centre (2300 Yonge Street) for the latest fall fashions and essentials at prices you can afford. Walk in on weekdays from 10 am until 9 pm, Saturdays from 9:30 am to 6 pm, and Sundays from noon until 5 pm — you’ll walk out with something you’ll love!


Moores Clothing for Men

Moores Clothing for men Toronto

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They say that clothes make the man. For more than 30 years, Moores has been helping men look their best. They know that the right clothes do more than improve your appearance, they can improve your confidence. The staff at Moores Clothing for Men are dedicated to improving men’s lives — one suit, shirt or sports coat at a time.


From suits to casual wear, choose from top brands including Kenneth Cole, Joseph Abboud and Ralph Lauren. They carry hard-to-find sizes, too. If you still don’t see what you’re looking for, their team of master tailors and expert stylists can create custom clothing to suit you perfectly. In addition to on-site tailoring, free pressing is available for suits, sports coats and pants, so what they sell is truly ready to wear the moment you leave the store.


Pay them a visit weekdays from 9:30 am to 9 pm, Saturdays from 9:30 am to 6 pm, and Sundays from 11 am to 6 pm.


Carter’s

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You can count on Carter’s in the Yonge Eglinton Centre (2300 Yonge Street) to keep your kids looking their best. Carter’s is the leading brand for children’s apparel in Canada. From infants and toddlers to big kids up to 14 years of age, you’ll find clothes they’re happy with at prices you’re happy with. They are open weekdays from 10 am until 9.pm, Saturdays from 9:30 am to 6 pm, and Sundays from noon until 5 pm.


Carbon

Carbon clothing store Toronto

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Carbon (2591 Yonge Street) first opened its doors in 2009. Since then they have become a staple of the neighbourhood. When you want the latest seasonal styles in a small, personal setting, you’ll want to visit Carbon. Alex and Sharon Mazelow are the owners and they travel the world in search of the best for their store and their customers. They also believe in selling top-quality fashion from some of the world’s most relevant brands, at a reasonable price.


Pop by and browse the shop, Monday to Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm, and Sunday from noon to 5 pm. Or you can book a Personal Shopping experience. These appointments can take place before, during or after normal store hours. It starts with a short discussion about your style and goals. If you don’t know what those are, Carbon Personal Shoppers will provide you with an overview of current trends and classic styles. They will teach you how to blend classic and current looks to create whatever look you desire.


They will even book In-Home Wardrobe Consultations. An experienced stylist will come to your home at an appointed time and review what pieces you should keep, and what should be replaced, based on your needs, lifestyle and budget.


Hatley Boutique Toronto

Hatley boutique Toronto

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Hatley Boutique Toronto (2648 Yonge St) is an excellent resource for quality clothes, sleepwear and rain gear for women and children. It all began as a small cottage business in the small lakeside town of North Hatley, Ontario. Alice and John Oldland began selling cow and pig aprons. It caught on and grew from there. When the couple wanted to retire, their three sons took over and grew the business into what it is today, with stores throughout North America, New Zealand and the UK. They managed to keep the small town feel of the store, too. Stop by Monday to Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm, and Sunday 11 am to 5 pm.


We hope these shopping hotspots near Davisville help you look and feel your best this fall!

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