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20 inspired summer festival outfits at Bestival Toronto

Of all the music festivals in Toronto, none matches Bestival for the sheer spectacle of it all, and that certainly includes the outfits and costumes that people wear. From the cute to the bizarre, Bestival is all over the place when it comes to style, and that's what makes it so fun.

Name: Kevin
Occupation: Event Coordinator
Style: Deer team 6

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Name: Sara
Occupation: Filtration Operator
Style: Boho animal chic

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Name: Dave
Occupation: Kegger Extraordinaire
Style: Bowie-esque

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Name: Mitchell
Occupation: Nurse
Style: Weird

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Name: Boris
Occupation: CEO of a vape company
Style: Happy like a mother f*cker

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Name: AJ
Occupation: Paralegal
Style: Soft shell

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Name: Micah
Occupation: Visual Merchandiser
Style: R&Bestival

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Name: Miranda
Occupation: Performance Artist
Style: Festival boho

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Name: Ryan
Occupation: Performance Artist
Style: Hippie love child

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Name: Nicole
Occupation: Business Student
Style: Boho gypsy

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Name: Alison
Occupation: Student
Style: Angelic glittery

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Name: Anthony
Occupation: Plant Manager
Style: The Devil

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Name: Camille
Occupation: Founder of Top Collective
Style: '70s Italian hippie

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Name: Nina
Occupation: Evolutionary Biologist
Style: Warrior huntress

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Name: Cory
Occupation: Stagehand
Style: Festival casual

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Name: Grant
Occupation: Urban Planner
Style: Festival-bowie

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Name: Ramin
Occupation: Accountant
Style: Hippie

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Name: Jon
Occupation: Artist
Style: Adult Caillou

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Name: Axl
Occupation: Sales Advisor
Style: Vintage festival

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Name: Rhett
Occupation: Photographer
Style: Circus-y with a hat

Who had the best look? Let us know in the comments.

Photos by Jesse Milns.


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