Last week designers weren’t the only ones bringing incredible style to the streets of downtown Toronto. From monochromatic to mixing prints and colours, following trends, or creating new ones, Toronto’s most stylish came out in full force for World MasterCard Fashion Week. Some decided on modern outfits in neutral colours in black, grey, or white. Others made a statement with bold, and unique pieces. Here are our favourite street style looks from World MasterCard Fashion Week.
We love how structured the outfit is. The colourful print on the skirt is paired perfectly with the structured jacket. The purple lipstick compliments the skirt, and balances the whole look.
This look stays true to the monochromatic trend. The cream coat and blush coloured shoes and bag add some dimension to this look.
This look is a bold pop of texture with the jacket. This dress/jacket combo combination gives a little throwback to the 70s trends that have been making a comeback this season.
We love the way the tailored pants were paired with a graphic t-shirt that makes the outfit more casual. Adding fun pieces like the bag and the jacket give this look an edgy vibe.
This plaid and leather combination is perfect for a Canadian autumn, Pairing a classic flannel with a fringed leather skirt is trendy while still being edgy.
This look is a really edgy take on mixing leather and fur. We love that the bold jacket was paired with a delicate, but edgy dress.
We’re loving how the suede fringe boots pull everything together in this vintage inspired look.
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These two have perfectly paired their prints. The tartan skirt and black turtleneck scream autumn style. The snakeskin pants are highlighted perfectly by the chartreuse sweater.
Pairing a fur jacket with thigh-high leather boots is a different look. The clear backpack is the perfect way to show all of your accessories at the same time.
We love how the jacket in this look breaks up the colour of this outfit while still maintaining a tailored look.
Feature image credit: Daniel Ocean