Street Style: a pastry chef, bartender and med student
Occupation: Owner of FAWN Boutique
Style: I wear however I'm feeling from day-to-day.
Style: I work in a vintage store so I wear a lot of second-hand clothing. I love to mix new and old styles together.
Occupation: Pastry Assistant/Model
Style: I love the retro school boy meets business casual look.
Style: This is my casual movie night look. Rainbow plaid is a great trend in New York, where I live. Also, short shorts with comfy peep toe heels tops it off nicely.
Occupation: Med Student
Style: I wear mostly dresses and skirts because they're easier to bike in. They don't get caught in my bike chain.
Occupation: Bartender/Freelance Journalist
Style: I love the classic look. I prefer to buy my clothes in Italy, but when I'm in Toronto, I shop at H&M and Winners.
Style: I like the casual look, but at the same time, classy and sophisticated. I like Zara or H&M when I want something cheap and quick, but I prefer to shop mostly on Queen Street West.
Style: My style depends on how I feel in the morning. Sometimes I wear all black - sometimes I'm colourful.
Style: If I see it and it doesn't look like everyone is going to pick it up, I'll grab it. It's not intentional, but somehow everything I wear ends up looking slightly 50's.
Style: My style can be described in one word, "versatile". My shoes are from Dsquared and my purse is Louis Vuitton.
Style: My style is very unique, out-there, and over-the-edge sometimes.
Occupation: Freelance graphic designer
Style: This is my regular summer look. Royal blue is really in and short shorts. My style is really casual, but I like it edgy sometimes.
Photos by Nigel Hamid. For more of his street style, check out TorontoVerve.
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