Black Market Clothing

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  • Address: 256 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1Z8, Canada
  • Timings: 11:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
  • Ticket Price: Free

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  • Black Market Clothing Address: 256 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1Z8, Canada
  • Black Market Clothing Timing: 11:00 am - 06:00 pm
  • Black Market Clothing Price: Free
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Black Market Clothing, Toronto Reviews

  • The staff seem happy and helpful. There is a wide range of clothing, when I was there it was mix n’ match 4 items for $20. Some of the clothing has holes in it, but most of it is fine.

  • Because I work fast. I understand you have to do your job, but when an individual pleads with you, the least you can do is respectfully decline with a smile. Thanks for the free shirt on my way out Oh FYI I’m gonna shut this particular store down. Appreciate the Mistreatment.

  • Everything is 10$, which is great for buying denim jackets, jeans, etc. But that being said the second hand t shirts covered in holes and stains are also 10$ which actually makes them pretty expensive. Its kind of a shame when you find some nice t shirts and the total comes out to 50$ at the cash register, I recommend going to value village if you want comfy tees for 3-5$. Other then that its a super cool place to shop, I always leave with something.

  • Killer shirts and amazing customer service! I found a shirt I really wanted on their website, came back a few days later, but it was gone. They were kind enough to check the store for me, found the last one left and shipped it out to me. It made my week.

  • Pretty funky vintage clothing store that is fun to browse though. Not only does the store have a large inventory of vintage clothing (including lots of vintage T-shirts), but there is also a hair salon, vinyl record section, and a wall of inexpensive sunglasses. Plus a few bargain bins full of stuff that I'm guessing changes frequently. I visited primarily to check out their military surplus clothing (small section) and walked away with what looks like a USGI olive drab utility shirt (OPFOR patches) for $10 (the entire rack of mil surplus was $10). I'm not really the target demographic of the store, but enjoyed my visit and do plan to drop by again if I'm in the area.

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