Growing up we were told not to talk to strangers…unless of course they were fabulously dressed. In which case chat them up, take their photo and tell them how awesome they are. So when the Fringe Festival came to Saskatoon I knew there would be no better place to find extraordinarily dressed people strutting their stuff on the streets as if it was their own personal runway. #workit
You may wonder why all the people below are stunning young men. Ladies, before you get you knickers in a knot, because we all know you too can be trendsetters, let me tell you that this lil escapade was a contest brought to you by the lovely menswear blogger “We, the Timeless” and local menswear boutique ‘Banjo Outpost’ to win some swag.
*As a disclaimer my parents didn’t really tell us that it was ok to talk to fabulously dressed strangers, only to talk to strangers with candy. JKJK!! I HAD GOOD PARENTS!!
“Don’t you even dare make a, “I can’t even see your shorts” camo joke. I will cut you.” #werundis
“It takes two to tango. I look fierce, but with my partner in crime, I look fiercer. Is that even a word?” #fierce
“Business in the front. Party in the back.” #ladies
“Some people are just so beautiful and graceful that it’s unfair to the rest of the human race.” #easybreezybeautiful
“I’m your first photo of the day? What if I had said no? Awko taco.” #hipsterlifechooseme
“I want to wear shorts but we live in a polar vortex called Canada. I’ll wear high socks to protect my limbs and become a style god.” #winwin
“I wear my sunglasses at night.” #imtoosexyformyshirt