Shopping in Montreal? You must put Harmony Code on your itinerary! With all its flowy fabrics, colourful dresses, adorned sandals and wide array of jewellery, Harmony Code is one of my favourite boutiques in Montreal.
Greece, Turkey, Miami, Brazil… At Harmony Code, carefully hand-picked clothes from all over the globe are mixed in with an incredible selection of locally designed items. And combining these looks is the key to that gorgeous, free-spirited boho style.
I personally really enjoy clothes from BARILA and BO-AIME, two amazing and very feminine local brands. The bold prints of Barilà are always the first thing to catch my eye when I walk in the store – especially their dresses… And I know I’m not the only one loving their stuff; Saks Fifth Avenue has been snapping it up since last year!
As for Bo-Aime, I love the fact that their clothes are elegant, feminine and yet comfortable. Who needs tight when you can have flowing? The name Bo-Aime means “bohemian,” and I guess you could say their fashions make me feel like I’m in one of those Aveeno commercials, skipping through fields of wheat, with my skin glowing and wind blowing in my hair. Corny, maybe. But I like it!
And pssst. If you’re looking for a Made-in-Montreal souvenir, go for the accessories. Harmony Code carries some amazing stuff from TOVA and LA RAFFINERIE, also Montreal designers.
The store is conveniently located in the heart of Montreal’s Plateau area, but slightly off the beaten (shopper’s) track.
While most of the shops on Mount-Royal are east of St-Laurent Blvd., Harmony Code is slightly to the west (10 minutes from the main shopping area). The boutique faces beautiful Jeanne-Mance Parc, which means that after shopping you can even chill in the park with your favourite book or your favourite friend and rest your feet before continuing on your adventures.
123 Mont-Royal Ave. West