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Fashion Jobs – How to Network in the Fashion Industry

Wednesday, May 25th, 2016

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When looking for tips and tricks of getting into the fashion industry, there is a 99% chance that you’ll read the word network at least once. The key to shimmying your way into the fashion industry? Network, network, network. Now that you know that you need to network, how exactly do you network? Follow these tips below for ways to network in the fashion industry.

With Your Peers

One of the easiest ways to network is to do it with your peers and people you already know. Make friends with your fellow peers whether that be at your internship, school, etc. and share your passions and see what collaborations could occur.


Another way to network in the fashion industry is to go to fashion events such as industry parties, fashion conferences, fashion shows, etc. and mingle among the crowds. These are not the places to be shy; you need to communicate to network.

The Internet

One of the most popular networking sites, LinkedIn, is a key way to network in any industry and one of the most professional. Unlike a fashion event, your whole presentation about yourself is online, so make sure it reflects you but keep it professional. Once you connect with others on LinkedIn, make sure to grow that relationship further whether that means attending events, going to coffee shops, etc.


By Nicole Tinker

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Fashion Jobs – Life of a Fashion Student

Friday, May 20th, 2016

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The life of a fashion student is all but glamorous. Usually consisting of late nights, early mornings, copious amounts of coffee, hard work and dedication, you truly do have to have a love for the industry to appreciate all of these things and make it worth it.

While attending John Casablancas studying Fashion design and business marketing, I am also juggling an Internship, a job, working out five days a week, managing my own personal blog and brand and trying to fit in some ‘me’ time. It is definitely a fast paced industry, but that’s why I love it.

The life of a fashion student, my life, is very hands on. School days run from 9-6, with classes from styling, marketing, fashion illustration, buying, and fashion show production, etc. After that you’re usually up ‘til at least midnight doing homework and sourcing for your next photo shoot (this is where the copious amounts of coffee comes in). Tip: I highly recommend buying a Keurig so you don’t spend your rent at Starbucks.

The great thing about being a fashion student is all of the great opportunities you are given and the connections you meet. Being a student, companies are more understanding with bringing you on as an intern, and willing to help you gain experience in the environment and learn the ropes of the industry. I have had many great opportunities of working with celebrity stylists, being apart of Nordstrom’s Fashion Show, as well as writing and working for well known brands and entrepreneurs in the industry. Yes, the fashion world is hard and competitive but it is so fun!

All of the hard work, late nights, and times I’ve literally just stopped and cried from the stress have become so worth it the closer I get to graduation. Next month I am officially graduated and done school, and for our graduation we get to plan, and create a full fashion show showcasing our designs and styling. Pretty cool, right?

After graduation I am officially a ‘big girl’ and with my education and the internships, I have gained the experience and confidence I need to put myself ahead of the pack. Interviews no longer seem so frightening and I’ve learnt what I need to know to get my foot in the door and start killing it in the industry.

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By: Jordan Sangster

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Fashion Jobs – Q&A With Modeling Agent, Natasha Budovitch

Sunday, May 15th, 2016

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The Internet is constantly being saturated daily with more and more images of beautiful models, but still we rarely stop to think of the people working behind the scenes to bring these ladies to success. Natasha Budovitch, a modeling agent at Elite in Toronto, gives us her take (and advice) on what it’s like to work in this particular part of the industry.

Can you walk us through the daily responsibilities of a modeling agent?

NB: My day changes daily – no day is really the same! While I have my morning cup of joe, I plunder through the blogs – and – to see what’s happening in the fashion world. My job is portioned off into three parts: managing the girl, booking talent and client relations. So when I say managing, I am checking up on their schedules, their international placements, accounting, image development, work papers and visas, booking, promoting them for work and organizing their jobs from every detail of logistics. With clients, I promote talent for their upcoming projects, negotiate rates and usages (image rights, where they can use the images and for how long).

SNTF: Would you mind sharing with us what the differences are between a modeling agent and a model manager?

NB: Whoever a model originally is scouted by and signs with usually becomes their mother agent, which can be their manager. This is generally who builds their image and manages their international placement. They strategize what markets their models should be in next – Toronto, New York, Paris, Mexico, Tokyo, etc. Managers can often have say on a model’s image, if models need to change their appearance – for example, let’s go blond, etc. When talent is ready managers will place them with an agency to get them jobs. We have models that we are the managers and agents to, and some come to us from managers. So you don’t need both, we can act as both. Some managers can’t sell so they just prefer to scout, find managers and pass off.

SNTF: How did you get into this specific area of the fashion industry?

NB: I took Fashion Communications at Ryerson University, [and] I grew up with a mother in the industry and it was always an interest. I went to Ryerson and Elite became my first internship. The agents always fascinated me and I thought it would be cool to someday become one. Once I graduated I became a client and I street scouted occasionally. I always kept in close touch with the agency and when a spot opened up I was invited back.

SNTF: What would you suggest is the best way for people to get started working in this particular field? Is there a University program, other courses or additional resources that could help?

NB: You can go anywhere from Ryerson Fashion Communications, it makes you very well rounded and ready for anything in the industry. To be a model agent I still use everything I learned at Ryerson, [like] my design skills for marketing and promotion. All my contacts from school and interning are my clients, so I feel like every contact I’ve ever made is for this reason. My art direction comes in to play for building images. To be an agent, I would suggest interning at an agency at some point, going out in the industry gaining that knowledge, keeping in touch and then it will call on you when the time comes.

SNTF: What do you think the key characteristics and skills a modeling agent should have in order to be successful?

NB: Attention to detail, multi-tasking/[extreme focus], self-motivation, confidence and an eye for trends in fashion and beauty.

SNTF: As a modeling agent you deal with many different clients on a regular basis, do you have any tips on how to stay organized and maintain connections with these people?

NB: To stay organized, I take lots of notes, make lists, keep folders, breathe and remain as calm as possible. You need a level head or you’ll drown. It’s about what needs my attention right now and then multitask and prioritizing. Maintaining relationships, I make sure everyone has a great experience working with me, a lot of follow-ups and little updates so they know I’m thinking of them.

SNTF: How do you go about delivering tough and constructive criticism in your work place in an appropriate way?

NB: It’s not easy. To models you need to be calm, encouraging and deliver [the] positive with negative. I’m very transparent and try to tell it like it is while being inspiring and uplifting.

With my peers, we battle all time we’re like family. You will never always see eye to eye or agree, especially when it comes to models. Someone may like someone and the other might not.  You need to go outside yourself and make decisions based on the table, the brand and what’s going to be the best for your time and making money. You can’t do it all on your own; you need support of the agency, especially when it comes to building new models. It’s about putting egos down and making decisions together. With clients, it’s about remaining calm, collected and confident. Even if you’re not, you need to present as so. When you are calm, clients are calm, when you get hectic they feed off it. So put out the energy you want to get back. If you’re confident, they will be confident in you.

SNTF: Based on your previous experiences, are there any myths about the modeling industry that you could enlighten us on?

NB: Unfortunately, everyone thinks they can be the Jenners or the Hadids, but as awesome as they are (#agentgoals) they had famous parents, so starting at the bottom was never an issue for them. People need to come [down] to Earth on the expectations and realize that hard work will pay off. There’s bad and good in every industry, you need to know what you want, know your limits, stand your ground and make good decisions. No matter what industry or field you are in, there is good, bad and ugly. Most people highlight the bad because it sells papers. There’s as much of a dark side [on] Bay Street [as] there is on Queen Street, so to say. They don’t talk about teenagers paying off university before they get there, or being able to buy a condo at 21, travel the world and become people they didn’t dream were possible.

SNTF: What do you consider when you’re looking for an agency to work at?

NB: As an agent? You should believe in the brand image of the agency and the talent. As well as gel with the people. As a model? You need to look at it like picking a family; you need to have a connection with your agent. It’s a relationship and a partnership. It’s like having a puppy – we grow with you.

SNTF: Looking for jobs, especially for the first time post-graduation, can be intimidating. What is the most important thing to keep in mind when applying for jobs in the fashion industry?

NB: Believe in yourself – if you know you can do something you can. If the posting says 5-6 years required, if you can do it, apply. Prove it – your work/ portfolio should speak for you.

SNTF: Lastly, is there any advice you could share that you wish someone had given you about working in the fashion industry?

NB: Be yourself, and don’t back down. It’s hard and most people will want you to fail, but be strong and don’t work for others, work for you.

By Sarah Said

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Fashion Jobs – How to Build a Work Wardrobe on a Limited Budget

Friday, May 13th, 2016

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Going to work, like many other tasks and activities requires a certain wardrobe depending on what field you work in. Unfortunately, many of us don’t have the funds to drop a couple hundred on a skirt we will wear maybe once, and a couple hundred on uncomfortable shoes. Keep reading for some tips and tricks on how to build a work appropriate wardrobe on a limited budget!

Shop Smart

Of course, spending $10 on a blouse sounds better than spending $60, but in some scenarios, the more expensive option is your best bet. Stores like H&M and Forever 21 are great for experimental trendy pieces; staples should always be your splurge items. $10 may seem great at the time, but in a few months you’ll be strolling right back into stores because the item didn’t last.

The Basics

Every work wardrobe should be built from a foundation of key pieces that will get tons of use (I’m talking multiple times per week). This includes nice trousers, skirts, a dress, blouses, nice shoes, etc. The key when buying basics is to buy them in neutral colours and to keep them basic. A stand-out pair of red trousers look amazing but you’ll be less likely to get away with wearing them twice a week with no one noticing.

Off-Price Department Stores

Who doesn’t love getting a discount on amazing clothes? Places like Winners and Marshalls are key to saving money while finding great pieces for your work wardrobe.


This is when you can go to Forever 21 and H&M and buy trendy pieces that will jazz up any outfit. A statement necklace for $10? Perfect.

By Nicole Tinker

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Fashion Jobs – 5 Things You Should Do When Searching for a New Job

Monday, May 9th, 2016

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Panicking about the nerve-racking job hunt that lies ahead? Dont fear, Style Nine to Five is here! Besides searching us for fashion jobs in Canada and NYC, check out these 5 tips youll need to help keep you on track when applying for a new job.

1. Reaching Out

Although asking around may seem like the evident thing to do, dont underestimate the power of connecting with your peers. Most often, finding out about newly available (and coveted) positions happens simply through word of mouth, as those types of jobs dont usually tend to get publicized much online. This is your chance to put yourself out there, talk to your network and hopefully find out which places are looking to hire within the field you are wanting to enter.

2. Update Everything

When looking for a new job, make sure you give your resume, cover letter and online networking profiles a good revamping. Whenever you decide youd like to work in a new environment make sure you are catering your personal brand to that specific place. For example, if they are looking for someone with strong language skills, emphasize your relevant experience in that regard on your resume, or if they are looking for someone with a good eye for visual content, update your portfolio and include works that you think could possible relate to their company aesthetic.

3. Research

This point goes without saying – research, research, research! From the companiesrecent projects, to the positions available and the employees themselves, there is never too much information to absorb to help prep you for any possible situation to come. Applications, interviews and follow-ups will be easier thanks to your new in-depth knowledge – trust us.

4. Say Yes

Although, there are times where you should remain selective in terms of what positions you choose to take, when looking for work (specifically a first job), you should always try to keep an open mind and take on as many positive opportunities (that you will benefit and grown from) as possible. You never know where something could lead you. Even if the opportunity may seem mundane at the time, you could possibly meet someone influential or even simply find out thats just not where you want to be. Remember: its a learning process.

5. Stay Positive

Dont let the process get you down! Everyone goes through this stressful job-hunt (and soul searching?) period of life and eventually succeeds in finding something that suits their interests and skill set well. Also, just because you dont land a job after doing an interview, it doesnt necessarily mean you were not a qualified or weren’t highly considered as a final candidate. At times, there are uncontrollable reasons as to why someone could secure a job over you and overthinking it wont get you anywhere. Moving forward is the best policy. 


By Sarah Said

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Fashion Jobs – 7 Fashion Mistakes You’re Making at the Job Interview

Friday, May 6th, 2016

Style Nine to Five - Fashion JobsGetting a call for your dream job is one of the most exciting yet nerve racking moments that can happen. You’re already nervous enough for what you’re going to say and how to act. The last thing you should be stressing about is what you’re going to wear. There are fashion do’s and don’ts for an interview that SNTF have decided to prepare you for, so that when your dream job calls, you already have a strong idea of what you’re going to wear to slay this interview.


1. DON’T – Too Deep V – There’s a time and place for your girls to come out and play, and a job interview isn’t one of them. You may give off the wrong impression if you’re wearing a plunging V-neck to your first interview. Keep it safe with a high neck.

DO: Stick with a classic white button up blouse and make it your own.


2. DON’T – Denim – Even though fashion is evolving and work places are becoming less strict with the ‘no denim rule’. It’s better to play it safe on your first interview by straying away from denim. Stick with anything but denim. Dress pants, suede pants, or opt out for a skirt or dress.


DO: Suede pants are stylish, and interview acceptable.


3. DON’T – Over The Knee – The rule of 2 fingers above the knee that you’ve heard since you were a teenager. Stick with it! Keep a ‘past the knee’ or ‘at the knee’ skirt length for your initial interview. It’s classy and you can have fun with all the skirt trends that have been coming out for spring.

DO: A coloured pleated skirt is perfect for staying classic and showing off your personality.


4. DON’T – High Slit – Slits are sexy and can be tasteful. It is a great way to add texture to a skirt or dress. However, it’s sometimes hard to know exactly where to draw the line on how high the slit should go. To be extra cautious on your first interview, ditch the whole slit idea and go for a fitted classic LBD or Fitted Skirt.

DO: Bring out your inner Audrey in a LBD.


5. DON’T – Sheer – Sheer tops can definitely be worn professionally. Until you know the dress code rules, stick to a solid, non see through top.

DO: Wear a solid peplum blouse. It’s professional and playful.


6. DON’T – Bare Shoulder – Strapless or skinny straps for your interview is a definite no. In relation to the the plunging V neck, you want to keep it classy and not show off as much skin as possible. Keep the shoulders covered and be comfortable.

DO: Where a mid length embellished top.


7. DON’T – Platforms – Platform shoes are obviously stunning. But, the same rules apply with platform shoes as they do for wearing denim – play it safe for your interview, every work place has different rules for dress codes.

DO: Wear a pair of super cute and classic closed-toe pumps. For more shoe options view previous post.

Product info:
Eliza J Cotton Poplin Blouse, $142.61, available at Nordstrom

Wilfred Free Daria Pant, $95, available at Aritzia

Asos Pleated Midi Skirt, $67.46

Kate Spade ‘Sicily’ Sheath Dress, $393.49, available at Nordstrom

Vince Camuto Shirred Neck Peasant Blouse, $62.59, available at Nordstrom

Eliza J Embellished Ponte Crop Top, $182.22, available at Nordstrom

Christian Louboutin So Kate, $675


By: Jordan Sangster

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Fashion Jobs – What Not to Include On Your Resume

Wednesday, May 4th, 2016

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When looking for help to create the perfect job application package (resume, coverletter, etc), it is important to not only learn what to include, but to learn what not to include when presenting yourself in the form of an email or paper document. Continue reading for our tips on what not to include on your resume!


Personal Information

Of course you want to include your full name, address, email and phone number at the top of your resume so the recruiter will know who to contact, but limit your personal information after that. When hiring for a job, recruiters are looking at your experience and what makes you stand out, not how old you are or your gender.

Too Much Info

Your resume is the first way to create an impression with recruiters. Before meeting for an interview, recruiters will skim and read through resumes finding the best candidates. Recruiters are busy people and 9/10 times if your resume is more than 2 pages, they won’t read it. No one wants to read a 5-page paper and your job experience you had when you were 12 mowing your neighbours’ lawns.

Unprofessional Contact Information

According to (and I think we all agree with this), no one is going to hire someone with an email they had in middle school with 10 numbers and adjectives such as cutiegirl123. Stick to an email address that includes your name and possibly a number if just your name is taken.

Artistic Fonts

If applying for a job in a creative field, it is okay to experiment a bit more with layout and fonts when creating your resume. When choosing fonts, stick to something professional and that is clearly legible, now is not the time to use 10 different fonts in one document.

By: Nicole Tinker

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Fashion Jobs – Career Chat: How to Land the Fashion Job After an Interview

Monday, May 2nd, 2016

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Waiting for a call post-interview feels like waiting for a freshly–painted manicure to dry. So, how do you make sure to land the job after interview? Aside from having the right qualifications and making a friendly connection with the interviewer, here are 3 ways to help you secure the position of your dreams!

1. Questions!

When the employer is finished inquiring during the interview process, feel free to ask some questions for yourself. Discover which specific qualities they look for in a worker, what a regular day at the office would look like and when you can expect to be hearing back from them etc. Not only will this help you get a better feel of the company, the way they work and the person you are interacting with but it will also let them know you are serious, excited and interested in becoming familiar with the responsibilities that position entails.


2. Follow Up

Following up after an interview is essential! Be proactive. Sending a kind and well thought out thank you e-mail after the interview will show that you respect their time and that you are eager to be a part of the team. Also, following up can assist in setting you apart from other candidates. Make sure you don’t make any spelling errors and that you address them by the correct titles and names.


3. Alert Your References

Your references will appreciate you letting them know in advance that they might be receiving a call or e-mail from a potential future employer. Surely, they have exceedingly busy schedules and being informed of any sort of call will allow them to better organize their daily plans. Not only will your references acknowledge your consideration, but also they will probably be more likely to pass on positive words to whoever decides to call.

By Sarah Said, @sarahannesaid

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Fashion Jobs – 6 Shoes Every Fashion Girl Needs

Friday, April 29th, 2016

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Groceries? Maybe. New Shoes? Definitely.

Shoes are indefinitely that one item that can make or break an outfit. It can either ruin your ensemble, or pull it all together. Shoes have always been a true love of mine. There’s nothing that gives me chills more than seeing a hot pair of heels. They usually cost a fortune, but hey, I’ll get there some day. Until then, ill continue to steal my moms Louboutin’s and studded Valentino’s while she’s not looking (sorry mom). When it comes down to it, I would rather save up and spend $500-$800 plus on shoes, then that much on an outfit. Mixing high-low designers and prices in outfits is all the rage in today’s fashion scene. Shoes are an exception…. Shoes you want to always be kick ass. When you see some girl walking in front of you and your eye catches a glimpse of those red bottoms glistening as she struts her stuff, you automatically want to be that girl in those shoes. Bring out your inner Carrie Bradshaw ladies and invest in some of these everlasting heels.

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Louboutin’s– One of the most classic heels a woman can wear. Christian Louboutin So Kate, $675


The patent Valentino Rockstud Ankle Strap, $995


Schutz Shoes Kija, $200 – one of my spring favourites with a very reasonable price point. 

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Aquazzura Wild Thing Fringe Sandals – The Schutz fringe is one of my favourite heels for spring, but these ones take the cake. Available at SHOPBOP, $1,002

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Sophia Webster Chiara Black Gold Boot 100– One of my favourite shoe designers, I have been swooning over these signature butterfly booties for years. Available at The Bay, $1020.00

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Stuart Weitzman The Nudist Sandal , $498 – classic shoe designer creating a classic heel to last you season after season

By: Jordan Sangster

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Fashion Jobs – How to Wear Overalls to the Office

Thursday, April 28th, 2016


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As your quintessential ‘90s kid, my favourite piece of clothing growing-up was my pair of denim overalls. They were the perfect shade of blue with gold heart-shaped buttons running down the side, and I thought I was the coolest girl on the playground when I wore them. I loved that they were a quick and easy outfit, extremely comfortable and, most importantly, they were totes cute.

Although I had to say goodbye to my childhood coveralls quite sometime ago after they became too tattered to wear, my fondness for overalls has yet to fade. I still enjoy the luxuries that they have to offer, and once spring arrives I’m more than ready to pull my overalls out from the back of my closet. On the weekend I pretty much live in my vintage Levi’s dungarees, but occasionally I like to refresh my nine-to-five wardrobe with a chic pair overalls. It takes a bit more creative styling to wear overalls as a working adult than it did when I was a carefree child, but when done right it looks flawless. Here are five ways to look like an adult while wearing your favourite wardrobe staple from childhood.

Classic Overalls

The distressed hipster look is great for the weekend, but during the week nothing beats a pair of sleek black overalls. Pair them with office-safe pieces—a white blouse, pumps and a tote bag—for an outfit that is classic and work-appropriate.

Modern Overalls

The average denim overall may not be suitable for conservative work environments, so choose options with an aura of modernity. The deep V-neck and cropped length of this one-piece from Zara is perfect because it will give you that modern (and office friendly) look, while keeping the classic comfort of overalls. I love to wear my pair with loafers and a crisp button-down for a menswear inspired outfit.

Leather Overalls

Bring a little edge to your work ensembles with a pair of leather overalls. Avoid looking like you’re about to join a biker gang by counterbalancing the hardness of the leather with soft ultra-feminine pieces, such as a lace blouse and pearl accessories.

Denim Overalls

The playfulness and easy-breezy nature of denim overalls make them the perfect Casual Friday outfit. Choose darker wash denim without distressing for a look that is chic, but doesn’t push the boundaries of business casual.

Overall Dress

If you’re not quite ready to make the time-jump back to your childhood by sporting a pair of overalls, I’ve got your solution. With its dungaree-style straps and feminine touch, an overall dress is the perfect alternative to the traditional style. Forgo denim dresses as they may read too casual for the office, and look for options that are black, navy and grey or have pinstripe detailing, such as this one from Topshop.

1. Mango Contrast Panel Blouse, $89.95

2. Tibi Silk Overall Jumpsuit, $525

3. Zara Contrast Tote, $25.99

4. Aldo Haollan High Heel, $100

5. Mango Chest-Pocket Cotton Shirt, 69.95

6. Mango Palazzo Dungarees, $89.95

7. ASOS Pocket Stud Tote Bag, $49.97

8. Calvin Klein Celia Patent Leather Loafers, $131, available at Hudson’s Bay

9. Topshop Taplow blouse by Unique, £145 (approx. $264.59 CAD)

10. BCBG MAX AZRIA Jamee Crop Faux Leather Overalls, $395.83. available at Nordstrom

11. Forever 21 Coiled Faux Pearl Cuff, $6.90

12. Nasty Gal Avenue d’Orsay Pump, $120

13. H&M Striped Jersey Top, $19.99

14. French Connection Riviera Denim Wide Leg Dungarees, $118

15. Zara Basic City Bag, $49.90

16. ASOS MOTTO Flatforms, $42.73 

17. Wilfred Copernic Sweater, $115, available at Aritzia 

18. Sacha London Venice, $217, available at

19. Topshop Striped Pinafore Dress, £36 (approx. 65.69)

20. Babaton Matthew Blouse, $95, available at Aritzia 

21. Matt and Nat Tamsin, $150

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By Sasha Smith 

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