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Street Style: 20 hot summer looks on Bloor Street

Summer temperatures are here to stay in Toronto and with them sweaters and jackets have given way to tanks, shorts, summer skirts, ripped denim and bold colours. Yesterday we caught up with locals as they worked, shopped and spent a humid Saturday near Bloor and Avenue Road.

Name: Rachel
Occupation: Recent grad
My Style: Simple and edgy

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Name: Chink
Occupation: Barber
My Style: Just a G

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Name: Gregory
Occupation: Eyewear buyer
My Style: Easy breezy

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Name: Frankie
Occupation: Designer
My Style: Funky, vintage, eclectic, new agey, bohemian

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Name: Dida
Occupation: Syudent
My Style: Funky vintage

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Name: Yvana
Occupation: Psychologist
My Style: Bohemian

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Name: Stephanie
Occupation: Publicist
My Style: Pretty casual

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Name: Serena
Occupation: Student
My Style: Fun and flirty

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Name: Saver
Occupation: Salesperson
My Style: Classic with a twist

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Name: Richard
Occupation: Art consultant
My Style: Formal, casual

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Name: Narjis
Occupation: Manager
My Style: Very chill

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Name: Min
Occupation: Hairdresser
My Style: Simple

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Name: Mario
Occupation: Manager
My Style: Contemporary

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Name: Marina
Occupation: Student
My Style: BDSM

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Name: Jordan
Occupation: Student
My Style: Casual

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Name: Jenna
Occupation: Consulting
My Style: Cool, comfortable and fun

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Name: James
Occupation: Sales associate
My Style: Heritage, Americana

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Name: Candice
Occupation: Visual Manager
My Style: Inventive but proper

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Name: Adam
Occupation: Visual Merchandiser
My Style: Always changing

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Name: Angelica
Occupation: Psychologist
My Style: A little bit eccentric

Thanks to Magnum for sponsoring this post

Photos by Mauricio Calero.


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