TORONTO STREET STYLE

January 1, 2017

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Happy New Year guys!

I hope you rung in the new year with lots of happiness and joy. I am winding up my Toronto trip and can’t help but go to my favorite coffee shop in Toronto and restaurants I used to frequent back in the day. Toronto has a different vibe just like any other big city. From all the poutine restaurants with unique add-ons to the Tim Horton’s franchises at the corner of several streets, you get to enjoy this big city, Canadian style. Despite the weather being cold and windy, I decided to visit some of the shopping centers and streets where I used to hang out when I lived here. It was fun playing catch up with some old friends and reminiscing on the good old days. I wore a parka jacket and these Zara elastic ankle boots alternative to get this street style vibe and accessorized with a plaid scarf alternative to get some color pop. I have rocked this mini cross body bag alternative while here because it is chic, has easy access and is not too bulky.

Thanks for stopping by.

Cheers xo!

River Island  parka jacket alternative | Zara boots alternative, bag alternative | Express scarf alternative | Bershka jeans alternative 

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