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Street Style: 20 hot summer looks on Bloor East

With summer officially here, dresses, tanks, and shorts have taken over for the less skin-baring looks of spring. Yesterday we paid a visit to the area around Bloor and Church to survey the styles of locals on their lunch break, shopping or just out for a stroll under the hot sun.

Name: Natalia
Occupation: Digital Producer
My style: Colourful yet professional

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Name: Olivia
Occupation: Makeup Artist
My style: New goth

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Name: Zach
Occupation: Personal Trainer
My style: Functional

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Name: Nancy
Occupation: Advertising Coordinator
My style: I love my sneakers

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Name: Taryn
Occupation: Intern
My style: Easy

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Name: Dennis
Occupation: Student
My style: Accessories

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Name: Jason
Occupation: Product Stylist
My style: Relaxed

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Name: Jennifer
Occupation: Freelance Fashion Art Director
My style: Evolving and baby chic

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Name: Jessica
Occupation: Student
My style: Comfortable

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Name: Torrel
Occupation: Student
My style: Comfortable

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Name: Saba
Occupation: Retail Management
My style: Urban Glam

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Name: Olivia
Occupation: Designer
My style: Creative

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Name: Moira
Occupation: Business Officer
My style: Eclectic vintage

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Name: Natalia
Occupation: Student
My style: Classic

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Name: Maia
Occupation: Unspecified
My style: Retro

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Name: Matthew
Occupation: Fine Jewellery Retailer
My style: Minimal

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Name: Curlene
Occupation: Outreach
My style: Things that look good on me

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Name: Max
Occupation: Janitor
My style: Easy

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Name: Thomas
Occupation: Ontario Culture Attractions Fund
My style: Basic pro

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Name: Ben
Occupation: Retired
My style: Casual

Thanks to Magnum for sponsoring this post

Photos by Mauricio Calero.


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