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Street Style: Bay St.

Name: Brenda
Occupation: Works in the finance dept. of a law firm
My Style: I didn't think I had a style. I would have to say I go for a professional classy look.
Favourite Item: My D&G glasses.

Name: Jeremy
Occupation: Marketing and Sales Rep
My Style: When I wake up in the morning, whatever I'm feeling that day.
Favourite Item: I really like my Brooks Brothers blazer.

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Name: Greg
Occupation: Marketing
My Style: Business casual
Favourite Item: My D&G boots. They're vintage from... I think the early 90's

Name: Denis
Occupation: User Experience Architect
My Style: Incognito professional. I have to be professional but I do design work so I have to have credibility and not be completely suited up.
Favourite Item: I really like the Ben Sherman vests I have. I kinda feel like The Mentalist when I wear them.

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Name: Jesse
Occupation: Strategy Consultant
My Style: Little bit prep, but a little bit funky too.
Favourite Item: Sock garters. I don't wear them very often, but every once in a while it's nice to have them.

Name: Ryan
Occupation: Manager of Customer Relations
My Style: Wannabe Mad Men.
Favourite Item: The whole ensemble. If you get one thing wrong, and the rest doesn't go that well.

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Name: Dominic
Occupation: Portfolio Manager
My Style: Random, whatever I feel like.
Favourite Item: My favorite thing would be my shoes.

Name: Alan
Occupation: Trade Initiator
My Style: Normally I wear dress clothes. This is casual day, but usually I'm in a dress shirt and dress pants.
Favourite Item: I have this purple dress shirt that I really like.

Writing and photos by Jesse Milns.


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