Toronto is the urban metropolis for lifestyle, restaurant exploring, and most importantly, style in Canada. Over the past year, the city has evolved into one of the most fashion forward areas. With warm weather, the Toronto streets turn into a fashion show, with a mix of students, tourists, and professional wanderers portraying their different styles to demonstrate their unique fashions.
Over the past week, I have been traveling to areas in the Distillery District, Queen Street West, and Yorkville locations to look for the best looks with variety of different aspects of style. Here are some of the looks that stood out on a street scene.
The first look was found on the high-end classy area on Bloor Street West. This matching look is great for summer and fall seasons. The following individual, Jory Brodkin is wearing navy baggy capri’s, and a matching stripped shirt. Jory wanted to put together a look that would look professional and colour coordinated, adding a brown Hermes belt to separate the colours in his outfit match his Goyard bag.
Next look that caught my eye was two individuals on Dundas Street West. These two individuals were styled in norm-core clothing. The male is wearing oversized clothing with black and white themed looks. The female is wearing casual wear with a vintage baggy jean jacket that is perfect for the windy season coming up.
Mens fashion has evolved a lot over the past year. Most men in Toronto fashion are already ahead of the game. Both men to the left are decked out in proper fitted black and white apparel, with sneakers to add a casual look.
Above is a simple look that is seen all over Toronto. It’s a grundgey thrifted look that people are currently going crazy for.
Here is that sporty casual look that every girl is trying to rock these days. I call it the "Kylie Jenner look." We have Asha Bajacharia wearing layered black clothing, with a white cap and some white AirMax sneakers to spice up the sporty look.
The best area for street-styling is the famous Queen Street West. I visited the new location for Untitled & Co. on Queen and Spadina, where every employee working knows how to rock the oversized black and white themed outfits. Here we have a employee, wearing white Topshop gaucho capris with Stan Smith black runners and an oversized black shirt, currently a very popular, themed look.
Next up we have these two individuals who show a professional yet fun look for wandering Queen Street West. The male stated that his style was classy but always wanted to add something unique to his outfit in order for it to pop out, such as the American flag bowtie.
Here we have two Torontoarians wearing the latest trendy looks of sport wear as casual clothing, with a variety of patterns. The male is wearing a variety of patterns to make his look pop, and adds the summer fad bucket hat to urbanize his outfit.
Artizia style has dominated fashion fads within the retail world. Currently, girls can rep the oversized peasant styled looks and still look great. Artizia employees definitely know how to wear clothing and layer in proper fashions. Here we have Mynhung Le wearing a shear oversized black shirt with under-layers of a crop top and shorts, giving a casual-comfy, Artizia look.
Yeezus season is here! That means that the followers of Kanye West are obviously repping their famous one of a kind concert rock tees. These looks have became very popular since Kanye has taken over the music and fashion industry. After selling the tee’s, Kanye burns the left over ones, making the shirt rare to get a hold of. Here we have Colt Molson wearing the Australian concert tour Yeezus tee, with a well-fitted biker leather jacket and casual denim jeans.
All-white-everything is the female motto for fashion this summer. The individual above is elegantly dressed in an all white outfit on the streets for this summer season. The white outfits adds a light "godly" touch to her outfits, creating a fresh look for this season .