Street Style for Young Professionals at Toronto Fashion Week SS14

During Toronto Fashion Week, finding outfit inspiration for young professionals was effortless. From layers and laid-back looks, to pops of colour, we were just as influenced by the people walking outside David Pecaut Square as we were by those walking down the runways. Here are our top three looks from yesterday’s streetstylers. 

A tweed blazer is a great choice for those colder days. This gentleman tied his look together with complimentary brown leather hues from his gloves to his boots, to even the buttons on his blazer. Layering gives you more texture and dimension and injects some personality into your look to help transition from season to season. 

Pairing this season’s most popular printed pant with a structured blazer in the prettiest, softest hue of pink and topping it off with a statement necklace keeps you looking chic without being too overdone. 

While winter is fast approaching, adding pops of colour throughout your wardrobe will be sure to brighten up your day. Staying on trend with Fall’s oversized outerwear, this mandarin collar jacket remains feminine with a seductive touch of wintery white lace.   

Scarves are the most versatile accessory for men. From various shapes, sizes, fabrics and patterns, scarves add polish and personality to any outfit. 

Though we have always been taught that the ankle-baring look for men is a fashion faux pas, this season it seems to be all the rage. For those colder days, funk up an outfit with a cropped pant and a peek of an unconventional sock. Veer from your standard, stale suit by mismatching your suit jacket with a different colour trouser. The finishing touches in this look were definitely considered; from a tie pin to a pocket square and even a modest-sized boutonniere. 

Looking for more World MasterCard fashion week coverage? Here‘s our review of Travis Taddeo’s SS14 show.

(Photography by Evens Belleus)