Jen Maramba and Tiffany Naval

Toronto street style

Jen Maramba (left), Tiffany Naval (right) co-founders of the new boutique: Miracle Thieves 249 Crawford St. at Dundas W. (

Jen’s answers:

What does style mean to you? A physical process involving my moods and inspirations.

Define your personal style: Feminine, comfortable, vintage, touches of nature.

I feel naked without: My hand braided ‘friendship’ bracelet made by my nieces (Caitlyn and Jazmine), especially for me.

Favourite part of Toronto: Local farmers markets especially the one at Trinity Bellwoods Park on Tuesdays. Accessible and good for you eats! “Eat good, look good, live good” (quote by many wise people who’ve told me so).

Jen’s head-to-toe:

Dress: vintage

Earrings: Wildmoon

Shoes: Winners find

Jacket: Jacob Jr. circa 1998

Friendship bracelet made by my nieces

Tiffany’s answers:

What does style mean to you? An extension of my mood, a serious method with a side of approach. I personally dress how I feel. Sometimes that is inspired by different time periods or specific muses I feel like channeling – or both at the same time remixed.

Define your personal style: I abuse pieces all the time, if there’s something particular that I am absolutely in love with I will wear it as long as I feel like without the worry of it being dirty or me being repetitive. Also, I obnoxiously mash. The majority of my closet is filled with second hand clothes, vintage finds and heirloom pieces from my grandmother who was a dressmaker and vintage collector-staple H&M and AA tanks, tights and long sleeves to special boutique purchases from around the world.

I feel naked without: …comfort and my mood ring I’ve had since I was 11.

Favourite part of Toronto: The corner of Dundas & Crawford – aka, Miracle Thieves

Tiffany head-to-toe:

Jacket: H&M

Tank top: TopShop

Necklace: Wildmoon

Shorts: vintage Levi’s cut offs

Boots: vintage

Bracelets: the green one is from Tiboli Tribes in the Philippines

Watch: Casio

All photos by Stefania Yarhi

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