It's Official, UNIQLO Is Coming To Montreal This Week

For a very limited time.
It's Official, UNIQLO Is Coming To Montreal This Week

If you like stylish, comfortable clothes available in universal styles at a super affordable price, boy do we have good news for you. UNIQLO - the Japanese retailer that everyone is currently buzzing over - is coming to a location near you.

That's right, the company that designs stylish, comfortable, convenient, timeless, AFFORDABLE and quality garments for men, women and children is finally coming to Quebec - but just for two days, so you won't want to miss this.

From November 8th to 9th, you'll have the chance to touch and feel items from the UNIQLO LifeWear collection, apparel that comes from the Japanese values of simplicity, quality and longevity. There are no UNIQLO stores in Quebec yet so you won't have the chance to check out the clothes in person (unless you take a trip to Toronto, Vancouver or Japan). It's the perfect opportunity to discover your favorites, order through the mobile store and fill your wardrobe with inexpensive autumn staples. 

Plus, helpful hint? UNIQLO's HEATTECH line is also part of their LifeWear collection. In case you didn't know, UNIQLO HEATTECH clothing fits close to the skin, wicks away sweat, and keeps you toasty warm and cozy... AKA, it's the absolute perfect staple for the harsh winter that's coming up. (And trust, this winter's looking bad. You're going to want to keep toasty AF). 

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Can't wait to get shopping at UNIQLO? You can start now by downloading the casual apparel retailer's new mobile app. You can check store inventory, search for your favourite products, leave product reviews and search for your nearest UNIQLO. Once you get in-store to shop, you can use the app to scan your Membership Barcode with each transaction to track your purchase history and receive special promotions.

Via Uniqlo

Come to UNIQLO's pop-up at 1461 St-Alexandre Street Montreal, QC H3A 2G3 from November 8th to 9th and don't forget to download the app for more info!

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