Boho Wedding Dresses in Toronto? Help Please!

posted 2 years ago in Toronto
Post # 3
745 posts
Busy bee

Sash & Bustle at Queen and Carlaw. You have to make an appointment (they’re pretty strict with the no walk-ins) but you get the entire shop to yourself. I’ve been a few times, and LOVED it. Great quality, not at all pushy staff (and the shop is adorable).

Their stuff is adorable (lots of styles similar to BHLDN) and very reasonably priced (dresses cap at $3000 but they have cute stuff for a lot cheaper – some new dresses in the $1000 range, and samples for even less). 

Post # 4
6 posts
  • Wedding: August 2015

I second Sash & Bustle – if you look at their instagram you can get a feel for what they are like :)I recently bought my dress (which is similar to what you have posted) at Felichia on College St. They have a mix of more sheath dresses and also bigger ones – all of the dresses in the front of the store are samples that you can buy off the floor and the back of the store have either you buy the sample OR can order.<br />Ferresposa on Bloor (near Ossington) was also a nice shop that I went into, they had a couple sheaths and were super helpful. I would suggest calling and asking what selection they have before going though as it seems hit or miss for what you’re looking for.<br />I’ve also heard there is a store in Liberty Village that has a more boho vibe to it than most called Lowon Pope, not sure of the price range though.

Good luck with your dress hunting!

Post # 6
189 posts
Blushing bee


I got my dress for $106 off the site. is another good site to check out for cheap boho wedding dresses. Of course, these are ultra-budget sites lol I will say that all the dresses I ordered from the sites during my search were higher quality than I expected. My dress is heavy just like agown would feel! Good luck!

Post # 7
36 posts
  • Wedding: May 2015 - Toronto, Ontario

I second Modcloth. I recently got this dress for my engagement shoot – it’s more vintage than boho, but it was very resonably priced.

I’m not so sure about Felichia on College St.  I didn’t see anything BHLDN-like there, except for their Rosa Clara dresses – which are 2k and up.

Post # 8
2 posts

Maybe try Fashion Crimes, it’s a little more 90s boho than, say, Stone Fox Bride styles but have been in the city FOREVER and the owner is very helpful/awesome



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