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A favourite among patrons seeking out hip-but-not-too-hip apparel and seasonal musts, Plenty (#1403-2329 Barnet Highway, Coquitlam, 604-942-4483, Getplenty.com) fills its 4,000-square-foot Coquitlam-based location with racks of sought after apparel like folkloric Free People dresses and edgy Mink Pink jumpers. Delivering on the boutique vibe that has carried their name into households across BC and Alberta, keep an eye out for the return of their signature street-inspired PGD anoraks, exquisitely made staples from Monk & Lou, and other cuddle-worthy garments for Fall from their six made-in-house labels.
Why we love it: While keeping to Plenty’s airy and vibrant aesthetic, owner Murat Imren’s Turkish roots inspire the seventh locale’s interiors.