Street Style Toronto

Street Style: neon, bicycles and bows

Name: Gwen
Occupation: Work in retail.
My Style: Fun, girly, spring-time colours + pretend punk.
Favourite Item: My big bow because I love bows.

Name: Matt
Occupation: Bartender & guitarist.
My Style: Casual street slop. Socks are for chumps.
Favourite Item: My hat from Big it Up. I wear it everyday.

Street Style Toronto

Name: Barb
Occupation: Visual Effects Compositor
My Style: Thrift store with a little industrial. Elegant crackpot.
Favourite Item: My shirt because I can put different ones under it.

Name: Erin
Occupation: Web designer
My Style: As neon and bright as possible.
Favourite Item: Sunglasses. $1.99 from Ebay.

Street Style Toronto

Name: Katie
Occupation: Works for the Juno Awards.
My Style:Half my closet is business casual, the other half is Value Village.
Favourite Item: My bicycle. It's the Buick of all bicycles.

Name: Laura
Occupation: Law student
My Style: Casual pretty.
Favourite Item: My shoes. They have anchors printed on the inside because they're supposed to be boat shoes.

Street Style Toronto

Name: Kat
Occupation: Artist
My Style: Whatever I find in my or my sister's closet.
Favourite Item: My harmonica necklace. It actually plays.

Name: Jason
Occupation: Freelance Graphic Designer
My Style: I am a chameleon, Dressy one day, urban the next.
Favourite Item: My shoes because of the colour. They stand out.


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