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1. Gentleman’s Choice: punchy accessories to brighten up your wardrobe
If you need a good excuse to keep a beloved old suit jacket or broken-in pair of boots around, consider breathing new life into them with some punchy new accessories rather than giving them the old heave ho.
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2. Gentleman’s Choice: a pair of warm, flannel-lined jeans (so you can leave the thermals at home)
Though you still see them everywhere, wearing jeans in the winter is pretty inadvisable if you’re planning on skipping the thermals underneath. Instead of having the windchill freeze the denim to your legs, you might want to stop by Ossington’s Philip Sparks to pick up a pair of these flannel-lined jeans.
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3. Gentleman’s Choice: a versatile and warm in-vest-ment
Although a vest should be considered a staple in your winter wardrobe (especially for those who don’t like to trade in dress shirts for sweaters), finding one that’s worth the investment is rare. This ombre knit vest from Canadian label Wings + Horns combines contemporary styling with comfort and warmth, and although it may be priced on the high end, its versatility will more than earn its worth over the years. It’s also currently on sale at Uncle Otis.
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4. Gentleman’s Choice: a pair of ruggedly cool winter gloves from J. Lindeberg
Once you’ve seen one pair of black winter gloves, you think you’ve seen them all, right? Not so with these knitted wool and sheep leather gloves from J. Lindeberg. The Swedish king of cool knows a thing or two about looking good in a snowstorm, which must be why these Normann gloves give off an aura of biker swagger.
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5. Gentleman’s Choice: a badass military-style sweater
It can be hard to tap into fall’s military vibe without toeing the line between on-trend and soldier poseur. Enter loden green: a greyish shade of olive drab that won’t get you mistaken for a cadet.
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6. Gentleman’s Choice: a skinny-fit pea coat from Topman’s new downtown location at The Bay
Wandering the racks of the new Topman at The Bay on Queen Street, it's easy to get overwhelmed by some of the shop's trendier pieces. But if there's one thing the English do well, it's the classics.
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7. Gentleman’s choice: a shawl-neck varsity sweater to combat the fall chill factor
Rainy days call for the special kind of comfort only comfort food — or the right cardigan — can offer. Lucky for you gents, we just spotted our new favourite go-to sweater at Yonge and Eg’s Intuition Men.
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8. Gentleman’s Choice: a pair of limited edition wool cargo pants from Gap x GQ
When it comes to comfort, casualness and style, you can usually only pick two in any given item. But when the designers at Ovadia & Sons and Gap — along with the arbiters of manly style at GQ Magazine — put their heads together, you’re bound to break some rules.
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9. Gentleman’s Choice: a pink (but manly) silk tie
Now that men aren’t thinking twice about donning mauve, cerulean and mustard, it’s important to remember that it all started with the humble shade of pink.
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10. Gentleman’s Choice: a light weatherproof jacket that’s actually stylish
Let’s face it: March hardly came in like a lion and, by the look of it, we’ll definitely be in for a wet one. Rather than turning to your average trench coat or other transitional jacket, check out this number from Toronto-based brand 18 Waits.
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11. Gentleman’s Choice: a wool sweater that’s both festive and freakin’ cool
When you need something to keep you warm while window shopping on chilly Queen West or checking out Christmas decorations on a date in Yorkville, you better make sure it looks damn good, too.
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12. Gentleman’s Choice: a slim-fitting seersucker shirt
Not all Canadian menswear is built the same. Nor should it be. Just ask Matteo Sgaramella, the 24-year-old Forest Hill designer behind Outclass.
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13. Gentleman’s Choice: James Bond’s Skyfall watch
Girls, guns, suits and swagger — James Bond has it all. But you don’t have to be an international man of mystery to match his style game.
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14. Gentleman’s Choice: a toasty, down-filled vest
This November, you may need to add a layer or two for extra warmth — and we’re not just talking a manly addition to your upper lip
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15. Gentleman’s Choice: a plaid, woven-wool tie that can spice up any suit
Sometimes, a cross-continental road trip in the name of hard-to-get haberdashery is an adventure worth having. That goes double if we’re talking stuff by Alexander Olch, the acclaimed New York tie-maker who got his start hand-crafting neckwear at Harvard; it’s all but impossible to find outside Canada’s west coast or the States.
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16. Gentleman’s Choice: a piqué cotton blazer from Toronto’s newly-opened Massimo Dutti
Every time a new Toronto shop selling menswear opens it doors, it does so to the resounding cheers of sartorially-inclined guys who want to up their style game. Yesterday, Massimo Dutti opened its first North American store in the Eaton Centre, a stone’s throw from Harry Rosen’s new über-location. For the uninitiated, think Zara’s roguishly handsome older brother.
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17. Gentleman’s Choice: a killer pair of Italian burnished leather boots
Every fall and winter, three in five Toronto men succumb to "everything black" syndrome — an affliction that leads to wearing dark colours as the weather gets colder. But, there is hope.
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18. The Dressing Room: decoding a man’s jacket, with a little help from Topman
For generations now, mothers have championed the belief that there was little less than the whole story to be read from the shoes on a man’s feet. In other words, daughters: if your suitor be a man with shined and polished shoes, then he be a man capable of earnest hard work that will devote himself to building a healthy and prosperous future for his family.
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19. Theatre Review: Shakespeare in High Park’s The Taming of the Shrew
Word of warning: I love Canadian Stage’s Shakespeare in High Park, but I will try to remain objective. It’s a wonderful Toronto tradition that appeals on many levels. I’ve seen some great productions and some not-so-great, but I’ve always enjoyed it. And last night was no different.
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20. What to Watch at TIFF 2013: day eight
The Toronto International Film Festival has descended upon the city, and with hundreds of choices, picking the right film to see can be overwhelming. We’ll be bringing you recommendations every day, from major Hollywood features to compelling docs — the best from around the world. These are films that deserve to be seen, either during the festival or after.
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