I would say that the two most fashionable Toronto neighborhoods are Yorkville and the West Queen West area which Vogue magazine listed as the second coolest neighborhood in the world. Yorkville is more posh while West Queen West is more hipster. I prefer Yorkville but both areas have their perks. Yorkville offers a good mix of high end and low(er) end stores as well as great restaurants.
Here is a list of places to shop and eat while in Yorkville
Anthropologie for your boho clothing and household items
Aritzia has a mix of every style from edgy to girly. It's one of my favourites
BCBG for when you're on the hunt for a gown or cute cocktail dress
Burberry everyone needs a classic trench coat
Capezio trying to find those Jeffrey Campbell shoes?
Chanel because why not?
Club Monaco also a favourite of mine
Naomi just walk straight to the back for the free candy and, hey you never know something may catch your eye on your way back there
Diesel jeans, leather, whatever
Dolce and Gabbana I've actually never been in
Free People boho love
Gap for the basics
Gucci they seriously have the cutest kids clothing!
H&M we all love a little H&M
Holt Renfrew if you're in the same high end department store mood that I'm always in
Hugo Boss a suit perhaps?
Intermix they have it all
J. Crew is the cutest
Kate Spade ...maybe Kate Spade is the cutest
Louis XIII is pretty cool
Pink Tartan you'll encounter some of the nicest sales associates in Toronto, and don't forget to look at the shoes!
Prada for ooooing and ahhhing
Stuart Weitman the nudest pumps or 50/50 boots
180 Panorama if you want a view of the city. There's even a patio.
One Restaurant just think Drake
Ciao Wine Bar I recommend the tagliatelle pasta
Dimmi bar & Trattoria Italian
Trattoria Nervosa Where Beyonce and Jay Z like to dine when in T.O
The Living Room the Kale Salad is sooo good
Sassafraz George Clooney likes this one
DBar people watching and Tuna Tartar
Sushi Inn my go-to
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