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7 Toronto Thrift Stores That Will Help You Sort Out Your Winter Wardrobe For Cheap

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Toronto Thrift Stores That Will Help You Sort Out Your Winter Wardrobe On The Cheap

It might be getting cold outside, but that shouldn't stop you from looking cool.

If you're shopping for a new coat, sweater, or jacket to build your winter wardrobe around, there are plenty of Toronto thrift stores that have options for you. 

And not only are they stylish, but they're way cheaper than you'd find at a regular store.

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Common Sort

Address: Multiple Locations in Toronto, ON

Why You Should Go: Vintage shopping is generally pretty cheap already, but it can get even cheaper with Common Sort's selling program. Bring in your used clothes and you can get store credit for future buys.

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Vintage Depot

Address: Multiple Locations in Toronto, ON

Why You Should Go: If secondhand streetwear is more your vibe, you're going to want to check out Vintage Depot. You can get all the clout you want without the price tag.

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Public Butter

Address: 1290 Queen St. W., Toronto, ON

Why You Should Go: The sister store of the popular Black Market Vintage, Public Butter offers online shopping and more '80s graphic tees than you'll know what to do with.

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Exile

Address: 60 Kensington Ave., Toronto, ON

Why You Should Go: Exile has vintage items from the 1800s, 1900s, and 2000s, so you can pick whichever century's style of fur coat you like best and go from there.

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Siberia Vintage

Address: 955 Bloor St. W., Toronto, ON

Why You Should Go: Siberia Vintage's Bloor Street location is over 2,000 square feet large, which means it can fit a whole lot of secondhand satisfaction.

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People's Champ

Address: 1696 Queen St. W., Toronto, ON

Why You Should Go: People's Champ has a huge selection of retro jumpers and sweatshirts, including some that are perfect for your ugly Christmas sweater collection (and we mean that in the best possible way).

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Lost Boys

Address: 38 Kensington Ave., Toronto, ON

Why You Should Go: Located in the trendy Kensington Market, their storefront racks mean you don't even have to go inside to find a great selection of coats and jackets.

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House of Vintage

Address: 1239 Queen St. W., Toronto, ON

Why You Should Go: Who needs winter boots when you can use cowboy boots instead? Their storefront is in Parkdale, but House of Vintage also ships their clothes and accessories worldwide.

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