Toronto Street Style

Street Style: Sunday Night at the Dakota Tavern

Sunday nights at the Dakota Tavern are always jam-packed. The Beauties (Six Shooter Records) play three sets every Sunday and are the perfect end to the weekend.
Name: Joanna
Occupation: Stage Manager in theatre and opera
My Style: Emphasize what you got
Favourite Item: My boots. They're new but so comfortable that
there's no need for breaking in.

Name: Drew
Occupation: Bartender at the Dakota Tavern
My Style: Jeans and a T-shirt
Favourite Item: My shirt.

Toronto Street Style

Name: Chetna
Occupation: Works at a cafe
My Style: Original
Favourite Item: Well, we just won the gold so my Canadian badge!

Name: Michael
Occupation: Anthropologist
My Style: In need of money
Favourite Item: Boxers, because I have matching socks.

Toronto Street Style

Name: Shawn
Occupation: Co-Owner of the Dakota Tavern and guitarist for The Beauties
My Style: James Dean & Frank Sinatra
Favourite Item: I Love my Biltmore hats.

Name: Tina
Occupation: Banker
My Style: Comfortable
Favourite Item: Boots. They're super versatile and people always look at me when I'm wearing them.

Toronto Street Style

Name: Alex and Agie
Occupation: Vintage retail
My Style: Alex - a little 80's, a little cowboy, a little modern. Agie - modern cowboy.
Favourite Item: Alex - boots. They're classic cowboy. Agie - My 60's Demin Wrangler jacket. It's very hippy.

Name: Damian
Occupation: Welder Fabricator
My Style: Comfortable
Favourite Item: Toque. It's warm.


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