Sales roundup: 60 per cent off at Holt Renfrew, Restoration Hardware bathroom sale, bridal shows and discounts


HOLT RENFREW All fall and winter clothing left over after Boxing Day madness is now up to 60 per cent off. Until Jan. 30. 50 Bloor St. W., 416-922-2333,

HUSH COUTURE Toronto’s designer dress rental house (look for frocks from Halston, Dolce and Gabbana and Valentino) is offering 15 per cent off each rental. Until Jan. 15.

JOHN FLUEVOG A large selection of shoes and boots are on sale for up to 60 per cent off. Great finds include the Finch ankle boots ($199, down from $349) and navy brogues ($229, down from $375).

242 Queen St. W., 416-581-1420,

OVER THE RAINBOW There are still Boxing Week deals to be had at OTR. Save up to 50 per cent off all seasonal designer denim styles and 30 per cent off fall fashion. 101 Yorkville Ave., 416-967-7448,

ROBBER All fall and winter women’s clothing is now 30 per cent off, and any remaining summer pieces are now 60 per cent off. 863 Queen St. W., 647-351-0724,

ROOTS Previously marked down clothing and winter accessories (cozy thermal lounge wear, plaid scarves, hoodies) are now an extra 20 per cent off. Until Jan. 7. 1073 Yonge St., 416-927-1989,

WHITE The city’s best bridal store is holding a bridesmaid event, with 10 per cent off all dresses. Look for cute frocks from such labels as Two Birds, Lela Rose and Jenny Yoo. By appointment. Until Jan. 16. 19 Hazelton Ave., 416-849-9196,


AU LIT FINE LINENS The White Sale is back at one of the city’s top bedding retailers, with up to 50 per cent off bedroom linens, including selections from the girly Swedish and Peony collection and the more masculine striped Newport line. Until Jan. 31. 2049 Yonge St., 416-489-7010,

THE BAY The Bay’s White Sale takes 60 per cent off Gluckstein Home goose down duvets and select towels, as well as 40 per cent off linens from Calvin Klein, House and Home and Fieldcrest Luxury. Until Jan. 7. 176 Yonge St.,

ELLA AND ELLIOT The Modern Baby Sale at the city’s premiere destination for stylish parents includes 50 per cent off floor models and clearance items, along with no tax on new furniture orders. Jan. 9 to 19. 188 Strachan Ave., 416-850-7890,

…OF THINGS PAST For two weeks, all desks at this antiques emporium (an original postman’s desk with mail cubbies, for example) are 15 per cent off. Jan. 15 to 31. 185 Bridgeland Ave., 416-256-9256,

RESTORATION HARDWARE Turkish towels, shower curtains, cashmere slippers and the rest of the store’s bathroom collection are marked down by up to 25 per cent. 2434 Yonge St., 416-322-9422,

URBAN BARN Save up to 75 per cent off items at the cheap and cheerful contemporary furniture store, including a leather sofa ($849, down from $1699) and upholstered wing chair ($399, down from $649). Until Jan. 10. 610 Queen St. W., 416-364-6664,


CANADA’S BRIDAL SHOW The first of the wedding-planning shows is this massive exhibition of florists, venues, bakers, bridal stores (and every other type of vendor imaginable), free magazines and fashion shows. Jan. 8 to 10. $15. Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 255 Front St. W., North Bldg., 905-264-7000,

THE WEDDING SHOW With an emphasis on DIY projects, this year’s show includes the first-ever Handmade Stand, with items from the on-line craft store and ideas for such projects as making hanging paper birds and clothespin seating cards. Jan. 15 to 17. $17–$20. The Carlu, 444 Yonge St.,

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