Adam, Dirts and Xanax

Street Style: A Couple of Shorts

It's colder than last time, and as I was walking along Queen St West and the surrounding area I noticed some shorts. But it seems most people are bracing for the Fall.
Name: Adam
Field: Student
Key Item: Mesh shirt
Favourite Store: Goodwill

Name: Xanax and Dirts McKay
Field: Poet // Plays in punk band (Deutsche Banks)
Key Item: Missing underwear // Dice
Favourite Store: Salvation army // She Said Boom on College & Bathurst

Tony and Alicia

Name: Tony
Field: Retail
Key Item: Denim jacket
Favourite Store: Public Butter in Parkdale

Name: Alicia
Field: OCAD student
Key Item: Shorts
Favourite Store: Urban Outfitters

Arisa and Nicolas

Name: Arisa
Field: TV host
Key Item: Aritzia dress
Favourite Store:

Name: Nicolas
Field: TV director
Key Item: Socks
Favourite Store: Simons in Montreal

Laura and Nigel

Name: Laura
Field: Retail manager
Key Item: Leopard tights
Favourite Store: Hells Belles

Name: Nigel
Field: Graphic designer
Key Item: Groggy jacket
Favourite Store: Winners

Christine, Glenn and Laura

Name: Christine
Field: Finance
Key Item: Vest
Favourite Store: APC

Name: Glenn and Laura
Field: Wouldn't say
Key Item: Red stilettos
Favourite Store: Wouldn't say

Colleen and Andrew

Name: Colleen
Field: Retail slave
Key Item: Hat
Favourite Store: Urban Outfitters

Name: Andrew
Field: Fashion
Key Item: Blazer
Favourite Store: Bluenotes on Orfus rd.


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