Toronto Street Style

Street Style: at the John St. 10 year anniversary party

Name: Candice
Occupation: Event Planner
My Style: My style is classy with a little rock.
Favourite Item: My spiked silver bracelet.

Name: Darren
Occupation: Designer
My Style: Whatever the day calls for.
Favourite Item: I have a great leather jacket that I can dress up or dress down. It just works with everything.

Toronto Street Style

Name: Peter
Occupation: Account Services
My Style: Kinda casual but dressed up.
Favourite Item: I can't really think of my favourite right now.

Name: Rod
Occupation: In Advertising
My Style: I make sure I keep up with the trends.
Favourite Item: I have a pretty cool pair of jeans from French Connection.

Toronto Street Style

Name: Leanne
Occupation: Medical Writer
My Style: Sexy but conservative.
Favourite Item: The shoes I'm wearing now.

Name: Felix
Occupation: Finance
My Style: I just wear the things I find that I like.
Favourite Item: That would be these shoes, they're Mexican.

Toronto Street Style

Name: Jarred
Occupation: Account Supervisor
My Style: I like to keep it classic but add a little flair to it.
Favourite Item: My accessories, like the bowtie or cufflinks.

Name: Paige
Occupation: In Advertising
My Style: Canadian Designer.
Favourite Item: I have a pencil skirt that I love.

This street style was taken at the John St. 10 year anniversary party held last Thursday at 171 John St.


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