It would be nice if we could work together and make a nice list of boutiques all across the city for men and women
this would be so, so nice!
i am visiting there in april.
does anyone have suggestions for boutique hotels? i found one, but i'm not sure where it is in conjunction to everything else in the city, so i'll post the address later this weekend. ideally, i would like to be able to walk most places.
do you prefer fashion victim or ensemble-y challenged?
Any recommendations for a petite person shopping in Montreal? I'm planning a trip over there in May. I'm 5'2" so I don't have a lot of luck with clothing in general, most of my wardrobe is Banana Republic petites or Guess (because they make skirts and dresses short so they looks like regular length on me), lululemon (free hemming!) and some A&F. I only seem to have good luck with stores aimed at teenagers or adult stores that have petite sizes.
thesiren - Mona Moore isn't really near Old Montreal although if you're going to be taking the metro it will makes things a lot easier. Mona Moore would be at Guy-Concordia (green line) and then Old Montreal is Place D'Armes/Champs-de-Mars. As for night time, it shouldn't be a problem, the metro here is very easy to navigate and understand. Last train usually departs around 12:30am though.
Kimkhuu - You know I've never really cared about where I get my eyebrows done. I usually go to Spa Diva (in Cours Mont-Royal) but a friend told me about a place that threads eyebrows for $3 by Cote-Vertu metro. I'm too scared to try it though!