When it comes to shopping for streetwear, Toronto definitely has no shortage of options! From hype and designer labels to in-house brands, and classic streetwear silhouettes – there are plenty of street-style boutiques in the city to go around. If you’re into hype labels, relaxed silhouettes, and of course all of the best sneakers out there, you’re sure to love these Toronto streetwear boutiques!
We’ve rounded up some of the best streetwear boutiques to shop at in the 6ix that’ll keep you looking fresh 24/7!
NOMAD a menswear boutique with a large selection of familiar streetwear brands from contemporary to designer. Some of the brands you can expect to see here are; Raf Simons, Jil Sander, Stone Island, and Rick Owens. You can find the latest streetwear apparel, footwear, accessories, and even some fragrances at NOMAD.
Adrift is your one-stop skater shop. This skate/lifestyle shop has been standing for over 10 years and carries a large selection of urban lifestyle brands including its own brand, which has logo tees, sweaters, and skateboard decks. Some of the brands that can be found while shopping at Adrift are; Nike, Vans, Thrasher, and Dime. You can find pretty much anything skater at Adrift including apparel, footwear, hats, and skateboard hardgoods.
Located in Kensington Market – Rerun is a streetwear consignment shop selling top streetwear brands. It carries an extensive list of brands and categories, so you’re sure to find something to your liking. If you’re looking to save some money on authentic designer streetwear – or purchase hard-to-find hype pieces, be sure to check out Rerun!
HAVEN originally opened up shop in Vancouver and has since opened up another location right here in Toronto. HAVEN has its own independent brand with a focus on functional and high quality with a utilitarian aesthetic. You can also find other top streetwear brands while shopping at HAVEN!
Uncle Otis is one of Toronto’s streetwear OGs. Running since 1991 in the heart of Toronto on Spadina, it has remained a go-to streetwear boutique for many. It offers timeless, contemporary streetwear styles from premium labels – a true one-stop-shop for all streetwear lovers.
Lost and Found is a premium menswear shop offering high-quality streetwear brands and styles. Lost and Found’s extensive category list sets it apart from the rest. Not only can you find streetwear apparel, footwear, accessories here, and more, you can even find unique home goods like this Stussy ashtray.
Livestock is a premium apparel and footwear boutique with locations in Toronto, Vancouver, and Winnipeg. It has two locations in Toronto. Its location on Spadina, has a high-end and sleek vibe, making the shopping experience feel super luxurious. Its other location on Roncesvalles has an equally luxurious feel to it, but with a slightly warmer tone with its brick walls and dark wood floors. Check out one of Livestock’s boutiques if you want a high-end shopping experience while shopping for your next streetwear buy!
The Spot Boutique, originally established in 2017, is an independently owned contemporary streetwear shop offering name-brand clothing at competitive pricing. The store even has a “hypebeast” section to shop its most coveted streetwear as well as exclusive name brands and local Toronto brands. The Spot is definitely worth having on your radar!
Due West prides itself with not only being a retail destination but a cultural and artistic place to shop. They offer a curated selection of distinct styles that speak to a variety of streetwear-loving customers. Due West has been up and running for over 30 years – which is a true testament to being able to grow and evolve as streetwear does!
Would this really be a Toronto streetwear roundup without the mention of OVO? We’re pretty much all familiar with this streetwear shop. October’s Very Own – founded by Drake, is an independent streetwear brand offering classic, relaxed silhouettes with an assortment of different memorable and recognizable designs – like its classic owl logo.
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