Pedestrian Sundays at Kensington Market

sunglasses aviator

toronto market weekend

cute puppy dogs friends little big

shirtdress blouse navy floral

pomeranian great dane
stores shops vintage thrift kensington toronto

girl platform boyfriend jeans black tank skipping

kensington market local

toronto kensington art mural colours colourful

maurie and eve collar shirtdress

board game toronto words

cool tshirt shorts printed black sandals girl
navy australian designer shirt shirtdress
printed thrift store

lasso whip rope toronto market

brick art kensington toronto
tshirt trf top flower mad

sandals sandal chunky heel

music musicians rooftop

toronto stores music shop

folded fold mini skort

jump rope toronto pedestrian sunday kensington market

blue kensington market

wanette sedgwick origami

toronto kensington thrift store market

toronto weekend vintage lemon
Pedestrian Sundays. Who knew? Apparently not us but we'll blame that on living uptown and not often wandering downtown streets on weekends. We both love Kensington (what Torontonian doesn't), for it's unique charm, stylish but sometimes questionable characters, vintage stores, vendors, food and so much more. Every last Sunday of the month during summer is pedestrian day. No cars are allowed, the storefronts pour out onto the road, and people join together to enjoy everything the market has to offer. We took some pictures of things that caught our eye, hope you enjoy them! This Sunday Funday was one well spent.

Dayle Wearing:  Zara top (similar here ) |  shorts (similar here ) |  Zara boots  (similar here ) | Topman sunglasses (similar here ) | Michael Kors bag (similar here )
Kendra Wearing:  Maurie & Eve Sedwick dress as top (similar here or here) |  Zara skirt (similar here) |  Aldo shoes  (here) | Topshop sunglasses (here)

Blue



We can only DREAM of wearing this right now. It's the middle of March but still feels like January here in Toronto! Can't say we are pleased... if we had it our way, we'd be wearing variations of this at a beach somewhere. 

Bloom

Acne buttondown, Shakuhachi Acid Bloom dress, Topshop bra
3 new pieces that are making us quietly weep for summer and the opportunity to wear these... ESPECIALLY the dress.... Shakuhachi we love you. The other two items pictured are a classic Acne button-down with raw edges from Toronto's TNT boutique during their end-of-season sale, and a lovely Topshop triangle bra that looks like the ocean with its watercolour pattern. We're anticipating sunlight and warmth and to be outdoors again. Next year we should just skip winter all together and head down under to Australia where it will be summer. We already worship every clothing label from there anyway...