From figuring out your size to contending with all manner of changing room horror (bad lighting, trick mirrors, etc.), buying jeans can be a hellish task. But nothing beats the feeling of finding The One—or ones—that make you feel fresh to death (and your butt look bangin‘), so we enlisted the help of our Localist correspondents to create the essential cool girls’ guide to the best places to buy jeans in Canada. Now all that’s left to do is shop!
Toronto: TNT Yorkville Village
Where: 87 Avenue Rd., tntfashion.ca
Atmosphere: A sleek environment with upbeat music that moves you around the store. Denim is displayed on almost every table and is organized by brand to make it easy to find.
Brands: Citizens of Humanity, L’Agence, Rag & Bone, AG Jeans, J Brand, Current/Elliot, Frame, Mother Denim and so many more!
Fave piece for fall: The Karolina from Grlfrnd ($328) or the High-Rise Skinny Crop from A Gold E ($248), which both have a high rise, raw hem and distressed skinny fit that is so of-the-moment
Average price for a pair: Around $200-300
Services: TNT offers tailoring and personal shopping appointments. Their sales associates are so knowledgeable about the fit and cut of each piece of denim that you’ll want one of them looking out for you!
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