We live in a time where streetwear and fashion are now one in the same, which makes perfect sense given that it's one of the most accessible styles all-year-round. While scouring the internet, the term 'streetwear' was difficult to pinpoint, as it seems to cover so many aesthetics involving a formula of sneakers, basic tee’s and sometimes an oversized hoodie.  

There are certainly some that are on the forefront of the street style game, leading the way in innovative street looks which undeniable influence mass culture’s style. We’ve curated a list of 10 Canadian male and female Instagram accounts who confidently rep the street style, with aesthetics ranging from hyped looks to classic styling.

Who is your favorite Instagram account to follow for street fashion inspiration? Leave a comment below and let us know!






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That cold fresh air hits different

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Almost time to retire these shorts for winter.

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