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9 Quebec Stores That Are Having Summer Sales Hotter Than The Weather

Here's to hot days and hotter deals.
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9 Quebec Stores That Are Having Summer Sales Hotter Than The Weather

Summer brings warm weather, long days and a whole new collection at some of your favourite stores. With the change of season, it's always a great time to check out stores for their latest items. So, if you're looking to splurge on yourself without breaking the bank, check out this list Quebec stores having summer sales.

There's no question that Montreal is Canada's fashion capital.

Even beyond clothing, when it comes to anything and everything trendy, it seems like us Montrealers, and Quebec in general, just have that magic touch.

Now that (almost) everything is opening up again in Quebec, it's the perfect reason to get dressed up.

But, if you still want to hang in your sweats, no judging here.

And with reopening their doors just in time for summer, there's no better way to show you how much they've missed you and how excited they are for the city's best season than with a sale.

Plus you'll be #supportinglocal, which has never been more important.

So wear that new dress or new pair of shoes with Quebec pride, ready to make summer 2020 as chic as possible.

Simons

Sale: Up to 70% off in-store and online

Starting off with Quebec's go-to destination for a mix of designer and affordable finds, La Maison Simons is giving up to 70% off on all of the things you need for summer, and even those treasures you didn't know that you needed until now.

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Aldo

Sale: Up to 50% off in-store and online

Montreal's very own ALDO has taken the world by storm for its shoes and accessories that are both on point and push the boundary.

To celebrate summer, you can get 50% off for the annual summer sale.

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Nouveau Noir Boutique

Sale: 20% off online with promo code SUMMER20

What better what to celebrate summer 2020 than with 20% off?

The Montreal-based boutique started by three besties wants to help you look and feel your best this summer after months of being stuck inside.

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Little Burgundy

Sale: Up to 50% off in-store and online

Named after the Montreal borough, Little Burgundy is giving up to 50% off to give your summer shoe collection a little extra je ne sais quoi.

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Browns

Sale: Up to 70% off in-store and online, Buy one and get an extra 25% off additional sale items (some exclusions apply)

Browns Shoes' Brightest Days Sale is giving us all the sunshine that we've needed lately. The Montreal-based brand has always been a hot-spot for footwear, and now it's the best place for the hottest deals.

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Frank and Oak

Sale: 25% off online with promo code CANADA25

Frank and Oak is one of Montreal's proudest exports, making affordable, sustainable basics for all.

To celebrate the country it calls home, the Canada Day sale gives you 25% off site-wide when you use the promo code CANADA25 at checkout.

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Structube

Sale: Up to 60% off in-store and online

Are you moving soon? Or maybe your place needs a little shake-up?

Get up to 60% off in-store and online at Structube, Montreal's very own company for affordable and contemporary furniture.

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Matt & Nat

Sale: Up to 50% off in-store and online at Indigo

Another sustainable company from Montreal, Matt & Nat makes vegan, cruelty-free and recycled leather goods.

You can get a selection of its products up to 50% off at Indigo, a fellow Canadian brand.

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Billie Boutique

Sale: 20-30% off select items in-store and online

This boutique found in Outremont opened in 2006 and has since been one of the city's favourite local spots for style and fashion.

The summer sale gets you 20-30% off both in-store and online, with pieces added every week.

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Happy shopping!

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