- By Kevin
- On May 4, 2017
- North America
- Travel Tips
Must Boutique was founded on the principle that fashion should be accessible and affordable. With a team of manufacturers and a Danish designer, the staff at Must Boutique traveled to Europe to find the best fabrics and fashions to bring back to Toronto. From gorgeous silk blouses to chunky knit sweaters, a visit to Must Boutique means luxury is right at your fingertips. French and Italian styles highly influence the team, as they’re always on the pulse point of the newest trends! With the team jet-setting every month, their inventory is constantly evolving. But don’t think this means the clothes are expensive – almost every item in store is below $100!
A love of fashion drives the staff at Must Boutique – it’s like having a stylist on hand! With their extensive knowledge of deluxe fabrics like silk, cashmere, and linen, you’re going to walk out of Must Boutique feeling like a million bucks (without the hefty price tag)! Gorgeous lighting and ample space make shopping enjoyable. Priceless Cities members are invited to enjoy an exclusive experience at Must Boutique: a private shopping appointment and complimentary beverage! Upgrade your look with this exclusive experience, only from Mastercard.
Visit Graffiti Alley
Toronto's Graffiti Alley is one of the most instagrammed spots in the city. Running just south of Queen West from Portland to Spadina, it features some of our city's coolest, most colourful street art and is definitely worth a walk through on your way to or from shopping on Queen West.
Get lost in High Park
Sprawling over 400 acres, one of Toronto's oldest and largest parks is worth a visit. You can literally get lost in here with all its trails, parks, ponds and restaurants. From waterfront views, to forest trails, zoo, community gardens, massive dog off-leash zones and of course, cherry blossoms, the park also has the #1 makeout spot in Toronto.
Go back in time at the Distillery District
Toronto's restored Distillery District features the continent's best-preserved collection of Victorian Industrial Architecture. It's a stunning backdrop for the local restaurants, design stores, bars, cafes and art galleries and one of the most popular spots in the city to get hitched. It's worth a walk around, any season of the year, and usually very romo.
Experience the wonder of Aga Khan
Completed in 2014, Fumihiko Maki's Aga Khan museum is a white granite jewel near the DVP and Eglinton. It's one of the most stunning buildings in Toronto both inside and out. The shows keep getting better, the restaurant is good and you'll have endless angles to help create beautiful Faceook and Instagram profile pics.
See a big big show at the Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre
This is one of the best spots in the city to see live theatre. The building on Yonge Street just north of Queen, is a historic wonder and is always open for tours. You'll feel like you're stepping back into Victorian times as you enter the place.
Go shopping at Yorkdale Mall
One of the best high end malls in the city, Yorkdale is the one I'd recommend if you're acting (or actually are) like a tourist. It's enormous, it has loads of stores many malls don't have, and it's TTC-accessible. Get your suburban housewife, DILF or bored teen on and walk around the maze of shops and snack spots for hours.