Toronto Street Style

Street Style: Dandified Torontonians in vintage chic

Name: Spiro
Occupation: Fashion and style blogger
What he's wearing: Vintage John Norman harris tweed jacket, v-neck sweater by Pringle of Scotland, Hunter boots, Diesel jeans, and quilted Polo by Ralph Lauren gloves
Style: Contemporary European

Name: Hazel
Occupation: Student
What she's wearing: ALDO shoes, striped shirt from Tommy Hilfiger, skirt from Fred Flare, and blazer from H&M
Style: Mixing mens and womenswear

Toronto Street Style

Name: Francis
Occupation: Manager at Hugo Boss
What he's wearing: Scarf is from Boss, and jacket is made to measure at Harry Rosen
Style: Bespoke and comfort

Name: Marco
Occupation: Works at Holt Renfrew
What he's wearing: Vintage brogues, Topshop pants, and Urban Outfitters cardigan
Style: Anything with cable knit, black and denim

Toronto Street Style

Name: Iris
Occupation: Student
What she's wearing: Jacket belonged to my Mom in her 20s, vintage blouse from the 1980s, Liz Claiborne pants, shoes are from Charles & Keith, and bag is vintage
Style: Vintage and classic

Name: Hiroshi and his son Kaede
Occupation: Men's fashion designer for Creep
What he's wearing: Sweater from my own line (Creep), and shoes are from Trickers
Style: Basic

Toronto Street Style

Name: Allison
Occupation: Server, and I like to recycle furniture as a hobby
What she's wearing: Everything i'm wearing is from Value Village
Style: Not normally preppy. I like long skirts, baggy sweaters and fun new things to try

Name: Yuta
Occupation: Student from Japan
What he's wearing: Brooks Brothers jacket, Redwing boots, and shirt was bought in Japan
Style: Cool

Writing and photos by Mona Chammas. For more street style in Toronto and other cities, check out my blog at www.geekychic.ca


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