Street Style Toronto

Street Style: H&M, Value Village, GUESS and vintage

Name: Jeffrey
Occupation: Editor of Sandbox Magazine
What he's wearing: H&M head to toe
Style: Classic preppy

Name: Chelsea
Occupation: Production Assistant at TGIF (Two Girls in Fashion)
What she's wearing: Jacket from Value Village and disco pants from American Apparel
Style: Completely Thrift Store

Street Style Toronto

Name: Desiree
Occupation: Fashion Student at Parsons
What she's wearing: Sacha London heels, American Apparel skirt, hat by Forever 21 and jacket from Zara
Style: My style changes and evolves with my mood

Name: Morad
Occupation: Market and Business Development Manager
What he's wearing: Jacket from KR3Y, knit cardigan from Harry Rosen
Style: Vintage and something you feel comfortable enough to dance in

Street Style Toronto

Name: Gabryela
Occupation: Fashion photographer and blogger
What she's wearing: High waisted pants from Value Village; H&M and Aldo
Style: Artistic. I'm inspired by anything around me

Name: Kealan
Occupation: Owner of 69 Vintage Collective
What she's wearing: All mixed vintage pieces
Style: Vintage, but not era specific. "Curated" vintage

Street Style Toronto

Name: Valerie
Occupation: Fashion designer
What she's wearing: Cape/coat is a vintage piece picked up from the UK
Style: They call me "Vintage Val"

Name: Steven
Occupation: Merchandiser for GUESS
What he's wearing: Mainly GUESS pieces
Style: Street chic

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

A special thanks to Peroni for sponsoring our coverage of Toronto Fashion Week.


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