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Street Style: Toronto indie-rock fans show off bold prints, big hats and lots of free-flowing fabric

Street Style: Toronto festival-goers show off bold prints, big hats and free-flowing fabric
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Field Trip, the outdoor music festival from indie label Arts & Crafts, is the closest thing Toronto has to Coachella. It’s also the perfect stage for thoughtful dressers to test out their summer style. This year’s fest was held last weekend at Fort York. While wandering the grounds, we spotted all kinds of inventive ensembles, with a few recurring themes: Japanese kimonos, bold graphic prints and enough floppy hats to keep a whole crowd cool. Here are our 17 favourite festival looks.

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Street Style: Toronto indie-rock fans show off bold prints, big hats and lots of free-flowing fabric
Street Style: Toronto indie-rock fans show off bold prints, big hats and lots of free-flowing fabric
Street Style: Toronto indie-rock fans show off bold prints, big hats and lots of free-flowing fabric
Street Style: Toronto indie-rock fans show off bold prints, big hats and lots of free-flowing fabric
Street Style: Toronto indie-rock fans show off bold prints, big hats and lots of free-flowing fabric
Street Style: Toronto indie-rock fans show off bold prints, big hats and lots of free-flowing fabric
Street Style: Toronto indie-rock fans show off bold prints, big hats and lots of free-flowing fabric
Street Style: Toronto indie-rock fans show off bold prints, big hats and lots of free-flowing fabric
Street Style: Toronto indie-rock fans show off bold prints, big hats and lots of free-flowing fabric
Street Style: Toronto indie-rock fans show off bold prints, big hats and lots of free-flowing fabric
Street Style: Toronto indie-rock fans show off bold prints, big hats and lots of free-flowing fabric
Street Style: Toronto indie-rock fans show off bold prints, big hats and lots of free-flowing fabric
Street Style: Toronto indie-rock fans show off bold prints, big hats and lots of free-flowing fabric
Street Style: Toronto indie-rock fans show off bold prints, big hats and lots of free-flowing fabric
Street Style: Toronto indie-rock fans show off bold prints, big hats and lots of free-flowing fabric
Street Style: Toronto indie-rock fans show off bold prints, big hats and lots of free-flowing fabric
Street Style: Toronto indie-rock fans show off bold prints, big hats and lots of free-flowing fabric
Street Style: Toronto indie-rock fans show off bold prints, big hats and lots of free-flowing fabric
Street Style: Toronto indie-rock fans show off bold prints, big hats and lots of free-flowing fabric
Street Style: Toronto indie-rock fans show off bold prints, big hats and lots of free-flowing fabric
Street Style: Toronto indie-rock fans show off bold prints, big hats and lots of free-flowing fabric
Street Style: Toronto indie-rock fans show off bold prints, big hats and lots of free-flowing fabric
Street Style: Toronto indie-rock fans show off bold prints, big hats and lots of free-flowing fabric
Street Style: Toronto festival-goers show off bold prints, big hats and free-flowing fabric

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