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This Unisex Clothing Shop In Toronto Will Give You And Your BF Fall Wardrobe Goals

Nothing like something made right here in Canada, am I right? Where it's comfy, cotton sweatpants from Roots or charity-driven tees from Peace Collective, when something's made here in Canada, I feel a lot better about buying and supporting local business - especially when it looks this cute. 

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Muttonhead - located on 2124 Queen Street East - has been making headlines not only for their stylist designs and Canadian pride - but the lack of labels on their clothes. When shopping at the Queen Street shop you'll notice there's not a boys section or a girls section, no discrimination as to who can buy what, but just a surplus of well-made clothes and thought out designs for everyone to wear and enjoy. 

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Muttonhead prides themselves on being "made for everyone" and is designed for all ages, shapes and sizes in mind, which makes it super awesome in my opinion. 

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They carry amazing beanies, flannels, hoodies and tees that somehow scream fall and Canada at the same time. Buy one for you or your s/o and enjoy all the endless wardrobe sharing/stealing/ 

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