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For those seeking a traditional shopping mall experience, the best can be found at Winnipeg’s Polo Park. Situated along the western end of Portage, this palatial shopping center offers 200 stores and services, and also happens to be the largest mall in the province. Anchor tenants include The Bay, Sears, EQ3, and Pier One. Other major retailers include BCBG Max Azria, Banana Republic, Forever 21 Eddie Bauer, Club Monaco, Victoria’s Secret, Coach, Michael Kors, and Harry Rosen, to name but a few.
For unique shopping that can’t be replicated elsewhere, Winnipeg’s one-of-a-kind boutiques can be found throughout the city’s various distinct shopping districts. One such district is Osborne Village, which has long been a popular hangout for those seeking fashions with a hip bohemian spirit and alternative flair. Browse independently owned boutiques such as Silver Lotus for unique jewelry, or Out of the Blue for vintage and retro-inspired designs. Coexisting with American Apparel is Urban Waste, a must for hipster-approved T-shirts, as well as Hungover Empire Clothing, a fashion anchor for Winnipeg’s alternative scene.