Toronto Street Style

Street Style: denim, hand me downs and just like mom

Name: Diego
Occupation: Interior Designer
What he's wearing: Jeans are custom made by Barneys, Topman blazer, Club Monaco scarf, John Varvatos shoes, glasses are by Modern Amusement, and pocket square is from ETRO
Style: Urban chic

Name: Peter
Occupation: Works in advertising
What he's wearing: Jeans are from Topshop, denim shirt is from H&M, shoes are from Town, and belt is from Lucky Jeans in Miami
Style: Whatever I feel when I wake up

Toronto Street Style

Name: Clare
Occupation: Student
What she's wearing: Shirt and sweater are both from H&M
Style: Classy, simple and elegant

Name: Steve
Occupation: Music production
What he's wearing: Jeans are from Dr. Denim, chambray shirt from American Apparel, Ray-Ban sunglasses, and hat is from Stollery's
Style: Heritage casual

Toronto Street Style

Name: Catriona
Occupation: Fashion photographer
What she's wearing: Black Market vintage t-shirt, and a mix of hand me down pieces
Style: Hipster and grunge

Name: Diana
Occupation: Researcher at Sunnybrooke and jewellery maker
What she's wearing: Vintage dress, boots were bought in Kensington Market, and jewellery is made by myself
Style: I mix vintage with things i've made. I like to go back to my roots of how my Mom dressed

Toronto Street Style

Name: Nick
Occupation: Economics PhD student
What he's wearing: Jeans are from the Gap, shirt is from Club Monaco, eye glasses are by Alain Mikli, and the book i'm reading is Richard Yates' Revolutionary Road
Style: I like to dress well, but not strait-laced

Name: Frederic
Occupation: Publisher
What he's wearing: Chambray shirt and pants are from J. Crew, jacket is from Unis, and Commes des Garcons shoes
Style: Classic. Pieces that go through time

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


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