Caribbean Carnival Toronto

Street Style: Caribbean Carnival edition

Name: Felicia
Occupation: Student
Favourite thing about your costume: Definitely the headpiece.

Name: Chris
Occupation: Enjoying Life
Favourite thing about your costume: I like the colour. The red is really great.

Caribbean Carnival Toronto

Name: Warren
Occupation: Software Designer
Favourite thing about your costume: This chestpiece is really cool.

Name: Loretta
Occupation: Works for HP in Singapore
Favourite thing about your costume: This incredible headpiece made by Designing Daryl from Boston.

Caribbean Carnival Toronto

Name: Shazeeta
Occupation: Business Manager
Favourite thing about your costume: I love the whole thing. It was designed by Denise Chang

Name: Chris
Occupation: Cook
Favourite thing about your costume: I really like the hat and the belt.

Caribbean Carnival Toronto

Name: Shelly
Occupation: Customer Service Rep.
Favourite thing about your costume: I designed it. I'm the troop leader.

Name: Junior
Occupation: Accountant
Favourite thing about your costume: Everything. I like the whole thing.

Caribbean Carnival Toronto

Name: Ryan
Occupation: Student
Favourite thing about your costume: I love the purple. It's the colour of royalty.

Name: Michelle
Occupation: Mother
Favourite thing about your costume: I love how big it is.

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