Canada’s biggest vintage sale is happening in Toronto next month

Vintage lovers, there’s a huge event happening in Toronto next weekend that you won’t want to miss! The Toronto Vintage Show is a mega pop-up sale featuring some of Canada’s top vintage sellers, and it’ll be a full 50,000 square feet of vintage finds and treasures that have been sourced by the top secondhand vendors in the country.

Featuring over 130 vintage vendors and shops and thousands of items, as Canada’s largest vintage sale, be prepared to spend some cash — it’ll be hard to stop by the pop-up without spotting something you love!

And if fashion isn’t your thing or your trying to clean out your closet before buying more, don’t worry — the vintage show will also feature antique goods, including kitchenwares, home goods, barware records, cameras, vintage art and more. 

As for the fashion, well, we’re talking true vintage here — clothing will range from the 1920s to the 1980s and beyond.

L-R: Dead Lady Things, Papa Love Vintage, Rudston-Brown

Take, for example, this rare silk chiffon and lace dress from the 1920s, never worn, which will be at the show thanks to vendor Rudston-Brown (pictured on the right). From the pink bow at the waist to the sheer blue paired with lace, this one-of-a-kind find is ultra-delicate and comes with a rich history!

There will also be more wearable everyday items that come with the promise that they’re well-made and will last you a lifetime. These accordion pleated trousers from Papa Love Vintage (pictured in the middle) featured a tapered leg and buttoned ankle that’s super trendy.

And of course, at any vintage show you’ll be lucky to spot a few Gunne Sax pieces, and this one from Dead Lady Things is a true winner — the 1970s dark teal revival style dress features stunning crochet lace sleeves.

Plenty of favourite Toronto vintage vendors are preparing to have a booth at the show, including Dundas West’s very own Pic Vintage, Papa Love Vintage, French Toast Vintage and more.

The show will take place from April 6-7 at Queen Elizabeth Building at Exhibition Place, and admission costs $15 — but you can snag a discount on the website.

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