Toronto Street Style

Street Style: Yorkville and the Mink Mile

Name: John
Occupation: Creative Director at Holt Renfrew
What he's wearing: Rachel Comey shoes, Dries Van Noten pants and shirt, Miu Miu jacket, and ETRO tie
Style: Uniformity

Name: Alessandro
Occupation: ETRO manager at Holt Renfrew
What he's wearing: All items except socks are from ETRO, and shoes are from Cole Haan
Style: Colorful during the day, and dark at night

Toronto Street Style

Name: Alana and Dan
Occupation: Alana is in marketing & advertising, Dan is in print marketing
What they're wearing: Alana: J.Crew cardigan, Gap cargo pants and shirt, Sperry Topsider shoes. Dan: Gap sweater, Tommy shorts, and Rockport shoes
Style: Alana: Preppy, nautical, colorful

Name: Shane
Occupation: Works at Pink Tartan
What he's wearing: Tristan blazer, American Apparel shirt, Levi's hand crafted jeans, and shoes are from Bed Stu
Style: Simple chic

Toronto Street Style

Name: Roman
Occupation: Student and sales at Perry's
What he's wearing: Suit by Perry's, Gucci tie, Lipson shirt, and Italian (unknown brand) shoes
Style: Italian & European preppy

Name: Amy
Occupation: Student
What she's wearing: Celine skirt, Zara shirt, Repetto shoes, Nine West hat, and Mulberry mag
Style: Minimalistic, basic and classic

Toronto Street Style

Name: Will
Occupation: Freelance digital marketing consultant
What he's wearing: Jeans are from Club Monaco, shirt and tie are from H&M, and shoes are a store brand version of Redwing
Style: British private school boy meets New England workwear

Name: Julia
Occupation: Account Director
What she's wearing: Smythe blazer, Zara pants, Michael Kors shoes, Louis Vuitton bag, and Wilfred shirt
Style: Happy, classic and eclectic

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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