Exciting shopping times are upon us in Canada.
It’s seems this year alone more US retailers have taken the border crossing to set up shop in the Great White North.
Tomorrow, Calgary, AB will welcome their first Marshall’s to the city.
But yesterday, lucky for me, I was able to bypass the fashion hungry shoppers and take it all in at an exclusive preview so I could share my finds with you!
Marshall’s concept of off price retail may not be that unique, after all their related companies Winners & Homesense have been serving up incredible value for years in Canada.
But what is exceptionally unique is a few of there expansive departments & branded collections.
Take for instance their well stocked women’s shoe dept.
High end designer brands such as Loubiton, Valentino and Calvin Klein can be seen mingling on the shelves.
The convenient lay out quickly displays all the available sizes so it’s easy to try & buy posthaste!
But Marshall’s isn’t only about the wearable fashions.
A plethora of home decor items fill the shelves near the back of the store.
Included in the area are a pantry & kitchen accessory area with enough stock and brilliant gift ideas to make you shine at your next house warming event.
And the fabulous finds don’t just stop there.
Ever wonder what Adam Levine smells like?
Then head over to Marshall’s body section where hundreds of hair & body product await you!
All the products you’ll find at Marshall’s have been sourced from over 14,000 vendors in 60 countries and because they revive and replenish the stock 5 days a week, each trip will have you exploring the store, finding something new!
So what did I find on my shopping adventure?
Gifts for myself, and some for my family!
An amazing lightweight multi season jacket from Buffalo at an insanely low price ($34.99).
A Barbie for my niece with swimming dogs (14.99).
A car charging kit for my iPhone (16.99).
Black Current Mint kitchen hand soap (4.99).
Colourful Happy Socks ($4.99).
New clippers, seriously my fingernails were looking like I was trying to get myself inducted into the Guinness Records ($3.99).
The whole shop cost me less than $100 and I walked away with a blue bag full of happiness!
Thanks to Marshall’s, Canada’s savy shoppers will continue to strut their stuff in style!
Welcome to our home!
Mr. Fab shall