Photos Of Montrealers Spotted In Their Natural Habitat (Vol.3)

Proof that this city has style for a mile.
Photos Of Montrealers Spotted In Their Natural Habitat (Vol.3)

Style blossoms in the warmer months. People become bolder with their colour palettes and outfit shapes. More than that people just look and seem happier, renewed even. After months of the same toques, scarves and coats, it's nice to shimmy into something a little lighter and brighter

Our friends over a STRT Journal specialize in Montrealers and their fashion. They dedicate their time to photographing the people on our fine streets to highlight the style and feel of the city. We've chosen some of our favourite Spring looks from STRT and are here to give you a taste of what Montreal is looking like this spring.

Be sure to check out STRT Journal's Instagram, Facebook and official website to keep up to date with their goings on around the city!

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