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Goodbye from Robber!

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Big news, guys! After 5 amazing years in Toronto, we’ve decided to close Robber. It’s been an incredible experience full of travel, adventures, friends, and of course some really great clothes. We’ve loved having the shop but we’re also excited about what’s next for both of us. Happy/sad times!

Starting Wednesday January 22 until we close in mid-February, we’re marking everything down EVEN MORE (we’re bringing out all of our past season stock, including menswear) so come and get it before it’s too late!

Thanks for all your support, Toronto – we love you!

Holiday Wishlist: Robin’s picks

I didn’t even realize my wishlist had a theme until I put all the photos together. Turns out all I want for Christmas is a wardrobe that looks like clothes but feels like pyjamas. I think that’s what they call “living the dream”?

Sessun Chorus coat in Lichen, $349. Giant parka, yes please.


Wood Wood Lis Dress in Gypsy, $229. I feel like I would dress up for a party then just stay home with my book in this dress. Best case scenario.

Lis dress

MHL mittens in berry/ecru, $59. It’s cold and I’m a delicate flower. I need them.


Filippa K Sporty Maxi Hoodie, $235. Filippa K says this hoodie is for the relaxed look, which is exactly what I intend to sport for the entire month of December. To be clear though, I won’t be doing any actual sports.

soft sport hoodyFalconwright clutch, $68. I deserve something nice to take out with me when I have to replenish my dwindling chip supply, right?


If you buy me these things I will be happy and warm!


Spring/Summer 2013 BFFs Lookbook

This season we’re celebrating our return to womenswear with a bunch of our best friends, shot in Toronto by the talented Arden Wray of Boots & Pine. Click the photo to see the entire lookbook!

Creatures of Comfort!!!!!!!

A new season means new lines here at Robber and we’re super excited to tell you that we’re now carrying Creatures of Comfort! Launched in 2010, the line is designed by CoC owner Jade Lai, whose training in architecture is evident in the collection’s clean lines and beautiful textures. We’ve got:

Tommy dress in irregular dots, $399


Julie top in velvet dots, $185 (we also have this top in white/navy irregular dots, $249)


Corrina dress in oatmeal, $325


Elsa top in charcoal, $199


Square henley in the same charcoal as the Elsa top (not navy as shown), $135