Canada’s Largest Sale of Vintage Clothing is Happening in Toronto This Weekend

Some of the best fashion creations happened in the last century, from the flapper dresses of the roaring ’20s to the studded leather jackets of the punk era, and you’re likely to find authentic pieces from those periods at the Toronto Vintage Clothing Show this weekend.

Bringing together unique finds from some of Canada’s best thrift hubs, such as Toronto’s House of Vintage and Nouveau Riche Vintage, this two-day clothing show at the Enercare Centre will be a one-stop shop for those looking to refresh their wardrobes with a blast from the past. There will be a varied selection of pieces, including accessories like shoes, handbags and jewellery, from over 120 vendors to choose from so you’re all but guaranteed to find at least one item that sparks joy.

The event will take place from 10am to 5pm on March 2 and 10am to 4pm on March 3, giving you plenty of time to browse, discover, geek out and buy. Tickets will be for sale for $12 at the door, but make sure to bring cash as many vendors do not accept cards. Find out more about the show and all the participating vendors on the event website. Happy shopping!

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