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Street Style: bikini-clad Torontonians hit the beach (at the end of September)

Street Style: bikini-clad Torontonians hit the beach (at the end of September)
(Images: Jenna Marie Wakani)

For west-enders looking to escape the city bustle, Sunnyside Beach (south of High Park and off the Martin Goodman Trail), is a peaceful retreat. It’s easily accessible by bicycle and has a sheltered inlet for water activities. Plus, there’s a great boardwalk and a stellar view of the downtown skyline. We headed to the water on a late September Sunday to chat to people taking advantage of the uncharacteristically warm weather. Here, sixteen shots of the laid-back crowd, including bikini-clad sunbathers, leisurely paddle-boarders and a cheerful musician serenading passers-by.

Street Style: bikini-clad Torontonians hit the beach (at the end of September)
Street Style: bikini-clad Torontonians hit the beach (at the end of September)
Street Style: bikini-clad Torontonians hit the beach (at the end of September)
Street Style: bikini-clad Torontonians hit the beach (at the end of September)
Street Style: bikini-clad Torontonians hit the beach (at the end of September)
Street Style: bikini-clad Torontonians hit the beach (at the end of September)
Street Style: bikini-clad Torontonians hit the beach (at the end of September)
Street Style: bikini-clad Torontonians hit the beach (at the end of September)
Street Style: bikini-clad Torontonians hit the beach (at the end of September)
Street Style: bikini-clad Torontonians hit the beach (at the end of September)
Street Style: bikini-clad Torontonians hit the beach (at the end of September)
Street Style: bikini-clad Torontonians hit the beach (at the end of September)
Street Style: bikini-clad Torontonians hit the beach (at the end of September)
Street Style: bikini-clad Torontonians hit the beach (at the end of September)
Street Style: bikini-clad Torontonians hit the beach (at the end of September)
Street Style: bikini-clad Torontonians hit the beach (at the end of September)
Street Style: bikini-clad Torontonians hit the beach (at the end of September)

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