A harbor is always charming scenery.
We’re fortunate to reside in Toronto, whose harbourfront is filled with culture and activities.
It goes without saying, summer on the Toronto Harbourfront is exceptionally special as the sunny weather really lights up the city’s mood.
Whether you’re looking to go for a stroll along the lake, have a drink on the patio by the water, go for a run or see an exhibition; the scene by the lake is thriving.
An activity that is particularly popular among the lake view locals is shopping for that perfect marina outfit.
Below are top suggestions that will get you those summer essentials to help you achieve your perfect waterfront look.
Distill Gallery – 24 Tank House lane
Fashionistas unite at this modern boutique, offering a curated collection of Canadian-made home and fashion items. Browse products that blend urban Canadiana and well-crafted design, such as artistic renderings of beavers, laser cut coasters of Canadian cities and apparel by the country’s greatest designers, such as Montreal’s brilliant Melissa Nepton.
Jacobs & Sebastian – 49 Tank House lane
A woman’s most essential accessory is a scent that reflects who she is that day. Wear your mood on your neck with a divine array of fragrances from Jacobs & Sebastian, each as unique as you. Explore premium beauty products and get expert advice at this one stop shop for all your bath and body needs.
Saks Fifth Avenue- 176 Yonge St
A name synonymous with gracious living, Saks provides only the finest quality fashion, beauty and home products. View their online Trendcaster to see all the up-and-coming fashions and visit the store to fill your closet and home with beautiful products for men, women and children.
Nordstrom- 220 Yonge st
New to Toronto, Nordstrom offers the latest upscale apparel, attracting shoppers from across the city and around the world. For brilliant Ivy Park activewear, Matt & Nat vegan handbags, stunning Guerlain makeup palettes, Givenchy gowns and more – Nordstrom has everything the modern trendsetter desires.
The Room – 176 Young st
This iconic Canadian department store has a heritage dating back to 1670, making it the oldest company in North America. HBC’s classic four stripes have become a mark of quality, recognized across the globe. The store also offers apparel from the biggest names in fashion, such as Armani, Tommy Hilfiger, Moschino, Marc Jacobs and more.
Heel boy – 49 Tank House Lane
Started in Kingston as a small boutique, the store has expanded to establish stores in both Waterloo and Toronto. Summer is all about having the perfect shoe and Heel Boy brings you an affordable designer collection making it a haven for all shoe lovers.
Gotstyle- 21 Trinity st
The name Gotstyle is familiar to fashion conscious men in the city. With a hip following, Gotstyle is the innovative leader in helping the men of Toronto find modern, refined looks for every occasion. The focus? Finding a style and a price tailored to every individual. You will thank us for the introduction.