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Good Stuff Cheap 2013: The frugalist’s guide to designer clothes, trendy accessories and home decor

Good Stuff Cheap 2013: The frugalist’s guide to designer clothes, trendy accessories and home decor

TORONTO LIFE | GOOD STUFF CHEAP 2013

Toronto is a great place to have money. There have never been so many upscale stores, so many fancy restaurants, so many $100 dog leashes or $800 rain jackets or $25 martinis—never mind the $1,200-a-night hotel rooms and $25-million condos. But you don’t have to be a one-per-center to enjoy this city. Where’s the thrill in paying retail, anyway? It’s infinitely more satisfying to find a bargain, save some cash and be in the know, which is why we go searching, tirelessly, for the best deals in town. The results are our annual guide to buying stylish duds and cool stuff for the home without spending a fortune.

Hans Wegner chair
Over-dyed rug
Knockoff Isabel Marant Dicker boots
Bib necklace
Knockout clutch
Signal floor lamp
Tivoli Model One radio
Kate Spade iPhone case
Printed pants
Faux shearling vest
Indestructible stemware
Screen-printed chairs
Designer eyewear
Tie bars
$2 nail polish
Reindeer hides
Meat grinder
Designer vintage
Kids’ clothes
Discount tiles
Retro dentistry cabinet
Motorcycle jacket
Military watch
Bar cart
Cast iron pot
Canvas sneakers
Power suit

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