Toronto Street Style

Street Style: Yonge & Eglinton

Name: Trevor
Occupation: N/A
My style: A collective of things. Mishmash.
Favourite item: My scarf, because it used to belong to my mom.

Name: Jaclyn
Occupation: Regional manager
My style: Kind of preppy, and a little bit edgy.
Favourite item: My boots, because I can wear them with anything - dress it up or dress it down. I got them at my friend's store on Queen Street.

Toronto Street Style

Name: Drew
Occupation: Animation consultant
My style: Office attire.
Favourite item: My scarf. It was my granduncle's.

Names: Ashley and Kelli
Occupation (Ashley): Policy advisor
Occupation (Kelli): Accountant
My style (Ashley): Urban chic.
My style (Kelli): I think it's fashionable, and what's current.
Favourite item (Ashley): My suit. I love the colour and the cut. I think it really flatters my body type.
Favourite item (Kelli): My coat. I got it on eBay for like 30 bucks. I love it.

Toronto Street Style

Name: Emilie
Occupation: Teacher
My style: My fiancé plays a big part in that. Sometimes I have problems finding pants that are long enough, or tops that fit well. A lot of what my fiancé makes for me fits me really well.
Coat: My fiancé made my coat. It has a big collar and I can hide from the wind under it.

Name: Matthew
Occupation: Consultant
My style: Scandinavian.
Favourite item: My brown leather bag.

Toronto Street Style

Name: Kelly
Occupation: Project manager
My style: It really depends on my mood. I go through different phases. Probably funky, different...I'm not really sure.
Favourite item: My tights, just because they're different. I like the colours.

Name: Melissa
Occupation: Account executive
My style: Preppy, with a touch of urban and a touch of edge.
Favourite item: These Kenneth Cole boots. I got them on eBay for ½ price. They've lasted me four years, and they're still going pretty strong.


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