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 Landing on the best-dressed list is easy when you shop with us.

Here is an assortment (in no particular order) of the best-dressed people at the Gotstyle SS16 Magazine Launch party. For everyone who could not attend our party or who was living under a rock, sorry, you missed a great party. Toronto’s finest came out in abundance.

1. Love the fit of the suit, plus the pop of yellow. Solid!

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2. This is how you do jeans and a blazer right! The slight distressing on the jeans adds a contemporary edge to it too.

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3. Great blazer pattern! The light grey pants are a great touch to complete the summer outfit.

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4. Unique style at its best, The gold coil necklace was a crowd favourite.

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5. The fabric and the fine pattern of this suit is extraordinary.


6. You gotta stand in the middle when your white suit looks this spectacular.


7.These guys in the green blazers were on point especially the camouflage tie with the blue tie bar, nice touch!

8. A standout piece, this gentleman’s jacket is beautiful. Nicely done.


 9. Short sleeve dress shirt, a smart choice for when the party gets hot.


10. Off white suit looking dapper


11. These two are serious #couplegoals. See how they’re working together but not “matching”? Extra points for the shades in the breast pocket.


12. The shades, the beard, the blazer, winning over and over Sir!


13. One of the sharpest gentlemen in the building. This patterned tuxedo number gives a sophisticated flare. Adjust that pocket square with pride young man!


14. Accessories are necessities. This gentleman has it down. The pocket square, lapel pin, and glasses top the double breasted blazer flawlessly.


15. Colour overload. These ladies looked absolutely spectacular!


16. Modern and classic in one picture. To the right, Gotstyle Stylist Graham showing you, youngin’s how to rock a DB.


17. Floral for the win. This is why we champion the floral dress shirt.


18. Ladies love this season’s biggest trend: the sweater weight polo.


19. This woman looks fabulous in her romper and this gentleman pulls off the smart casual deconstructed blazer effortlessly.


20. The man of the hour. Kevin Pillar broke up his Gotstyle Italia suit with distressed denim. The blue plaid makes a bold fashion impact and the distressed jean adds a contemporary edge.


21. Gorgeous outfit and a gorgeous woman.


22. Classic style. This ensemble should be your go-to summer look. A navy blazer, white chinos and a brown driving shoe. If it ain’t broke don’t fix it!


23. These guys went for it– and wait did he just make socks and sandals look cool?

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24.  Minimal at its finest. Sully from Sully Wong kept it simple with a powder-blue blazer navy trousers.


25.  When you dress well enough, your friends wanna show you off.


26. Gentlemen, have you met the new blue? We love pairing this blue with it’s best, compliment– white and a perfectly folded pink pocket square. Amen.


Pictures from the party can be seen here and here.

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You’re invited! Now what? We break down what to wear to a party.

Invites are rolling in and we know there are some top parties to be at this season. On that list, of course, is our Gotstyle Man Issue #3 party. Each party and event has its own dress code, and our party is no exception. It’s our mission to educate and be that reminder of how to dress like a gentleman with flair at every occasion.

Our theme “50 shades of blue” represent our love and support for our home baseball team and of course our cover model and Toronto Blue Jays player Kevin Pillar. Here are some inspirations that work with our theme because we understand not everybody knows what to wear to a party. Or even if you do, it can still be a bit of a challenge to pick an outfit.


You’re wild and free. Go for something to reflect that like a patterned blazer. Balance it out with a solid polo shirt- it’s more sophisticated than a t-shirt. We know you will probably want to avoid feeling too stuffy so pair it with joggers from Zanerobe and fresh leather sneakers. Don’t get too casual- this isn’t the time for flip flops.

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Outfit details: Blue Industry – Polka Dot Jersey Blazer $349Neighburr – Concentric Circles 6-Panel Hat $74, Sand – Drake P Solid Polo $150, Zanerobe – Salerno Chino $140, Selected Homme – Leather Sneaker $160, Nixon – Time Teller Watch $120


The 20’s are for following trends, in your 30’s you’ve started to or have developed your own style. If you haven’t, it’s time to start stepping outside the box and show your personal style. White dress shirts can work beyond the office and looks great with a pair of crisp shorts. Skip the tie for a more relaxed look but don’t forget to keep it classy with a blazer. They’re versatile and doubles as lightweight outerwear. If you decide to take it off, feel free to roll up your sleeves.

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Outfit Details: NYFS – Large Glen Check Peak Lapel Wool Blazer $700, GS Launch – Basic Dress Shirt $95, Individual – Bermuda Micro Neat Short $105, Anderson’s – Pebbled Leather Belt $160, Ted Baker – Miicke 2 Nubuck Leather Loafers $220, Nixon – Sentry 38 SS Watch (Blue Sunray) $235


Kick it up a notch with a tuxedo. This isn’t just your run of the mill black tie attire, DALLA elevates evening wear with micro dot print and a velvet lapel. It’s luxury at it’s best. Since it’s not a black tie affair, we invite you to wear a pima cotton t-shirt for a bit of a rock ‘n’ flair. The jacket does a lot of talking so the rest of the outfit can be pretty simple. The loafers add a small punch of colour and it’ll definitely have people complimenting you on them.

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Outfit details: Dalla – Velvet Shawl Lapel Tuxedo $1,299, Selected Homme – Pima Cotton Crew Neck T-Shirt $30, Nixon – Monopoly Watch $275, Tiger Of Sweden – Vince XO Slipper $239


At this point in your life, you know what you want and who you are, and that attitude reflects in your wardrobe. The micro floral print on the shirt and coloured trousers add some fun to the outfit. By adding the solid blazer and leather dress shoes, it keeps the outfit sophisticated and classy.

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Outfit details: Blue Industry – Jersey Blazer with Patch Pockets $349, Anderson’s Multi Cotton Stretch Belt $175, Ted Baker – Mydance Spotted Floral Cotton Shirt $169, Strellson – Solid Cotton Stretch Trouser $198, Gotstyle – Toe Cap Derby Leather Dress Shoes $295


Ultimately this is a rough guide meant to inspire you. Style has no age and limits. We encourage you to explore and develop your own personal style. We’ll be there with you along the ride to offer some guidance and advice!


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Gotstyle’s 10 Year Anniversary’s Best Dressed

We celebrated our 10 year anniversary last summer at the Audi downtown dealership in Toronto. It was also in celebration and debut of the first issue of Gotstyle Man. The party featured a live band and a collection of influential guest at the fashion show; this fashionable event filled the room with many well-dressed men.

There were many dapper and unique looks, everyone came in their best dressed, but there are some who stood out from the rest. We love a good tuxedo, suit and colour combination. Click through our gallery to see if you made the list. Don’t forget to get your tickets for our upcoming Gotstyle Man Issue #3 Party. Proceeds go to support the local charity, The Remix Project.




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Get ready for the best Toronto parties in June

When summer rolls around in Toronto, it only means one thing: time to celebrate. Best of Toronto has compiled a list of upcoming Toronto parties in June you won’t want to miss. If you don’t know what to wear, we’ve got new tuxedos from DALLA, a special promotion for tux jackets and suits, but the most important thing is to know how to dress for your body type.

Spring is here and it’s finally the start of great weather. So now it’s time to bring out

Power Plant Power Ball – June 2

One of the most highly anticipated events, the Powerplant Gallery’s annual fundraising event is always a highlight for Toronto’s socialites.

Scrubs in the City – June 2

The Evergreen Brick Works is transformed into a posh charity gala for SickKids.

Moonlight Gala – June 4

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the McMichael Gallery, it’s worth the trip for an elegant, decked out outdoor charity gala filled with great food and entertainment celebrating Canadian art.

Best of Italy at Liberty Grand – June 6

Celebrate like an Italian at the “Best of Italy” event at Liberty Grand.

The Thrill of Ascot – June 7

A fashionable day out at Woodbine Race Track for the Best Buddies charity event.

Mad Hot Ballet – June 7

Taking place at Polson Pier this year, this fancy fundraising gala celebrates Karen Kain’s 10th Anniversary as Artistic Director of the National Ballet.

Luminato Big Bang Bash – June 9

Quickly becoming one of the hottest annual art parties in one of the most unique venues, an abandoned power generation station, The Hearn.

Gotstyle Issue 3 Launch Party – June 11

Of course I have to mention Gotstyle’s Magazine Issue 3 launch party. At only $25 for this stylish open bar party, you’ll be lucky to be one of the select few ticketholders.

Bestival – June 11

There’s a ton of great summer music festivals coming up and this is one you can’t miss taking place right here at Woodbine Park this year.

Toronto Taste – June 12

I can tell you firsthand it’s one of the very best food events in the city all in support of Second Harvest.

TIFF Summer Soiree with Alec Baldwin – June 14

Alec Baldwin touches down for TIFF’s Summer Soiree

Toronto Life Garden Party ft Chantal Kreviazuk – June 16

Good weather calls for garden parties, especially a Toronto Life Garden party featuring Chantal Kreviazuk.

All Star Gala for SickKids – June 17

A fun charity party hosted by Cabbie Richards in support of SickKids and Montreal Children’s Hospital.  The night will see 1,200 young professionals, pro athletes and celebrities raise $150,000 for the two hospitals in one night.

Right to Play Garden Party – June 18

This charity event takes place at a Forest Hill hosted by comedian Ali Hassan.  There will be an intimate backyard concert featuring live sets by Canadian musician Bahamas, Blue Rodeo’s Jim Cuddy and former Eagles lead guitarist, Don Felder.

Polo for Heart – June 19

Enjoy two polo matches, half time entertainment (including the Canadian Cowgirls and the Descenders skydivers), Champagne divot stomp and over 100 vintage and exotic cars, displayed field-side. Lunch can be purchased in the Mallet Lounge & Grill.

Smash Instant Classic – June 21

The Gardiner Museum Young Patron’s Circle will host the inaugural SMASH with Art Director Justin Broadbent (AGO Massive).

N9NE Gala – June 22

An elegant evening where you dress you with proceeds going to the Canadian Breast Cancer Support Fund.

Joe Carter Classic after party with Shaggy – June 23

This one brings all the celebrities to the yard.  Following two days of celebrity golf, the big party goes down at Shangri-La.  Headliners include Shaggy and Chris Tucker and many more that you can’t miss out on.  Definitely get your tickets for this one.

Pandamonium – June 23

There’s the traditional Panda Ball gala but now the WWF let’s the young charitable party-goers a chance to give back with a #WeAreAllWildlife themed party at ARD.  Don’t miss out!

RAW – June 23

An annual invite-only design party.  Ask your closest socialite friend for details.

Gatsby Garden Party – June 25

Get dressed up and look swanky for this sold out hot ticket at Spadina Museum at only $10 taking place June 25th and June 26th.

Basketball in the Six – June 29

The summer’s hottest charitable event celebrating basketball in “The Six” with DJ Jojo flores, Sportsnet’s Jackie Redmond and more. This takes place at the brand new Lavelle at 629 King West. Tickets are $150.

The weather is heating up, summer ’16 is here and so is the music festival season. Sifting through Festival information can be overwhelming in order to find which one would be for your taste in music. We’ve provided a roundup of festivals for you to check out:

1. NXNE: June 13-19

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NXNE is an interactive music and gaming festival and conference festival. Last year they had the likes of Rae Sremmurd, Shad, Ty$. If you’re a rap/rnb/urban music fan, this is for you. ScHool Boy Q will be the headliner. On the Conference side, the founder of Atari, Nolan Bushnell will be a keynote speaker. Some of the top artists include Mstrcrft, Ghostface killer, Mick Jenkins and so much more check them out here.

 2. Electric Island: May 23, July 1, Aug. 1, Sept 4-5

Electric Island is the continuous danceparty in Toronto they already kicked off their first festival recently (May 23rd) but the party continues every long weekend until Labor day. What’s noteworthy about this festival is that you can get a season pass and attend 3 times in a year, versus paying for each festival. Acts like Ben Klock Vs. Marcel Dettman, Apollonian Honey Dijon, Dirty Dale, Jeff Button, Koki, and Butrous are listed to be performing on their next date July 1st.  

3. Bestival: June 11-12

Instead of having the festival at the Toronto Islands, Bestival is happening at Woodbine Park this year (thank heavens). Headliners like The Cure, Tame Impala, Odesza, Grimes, Jamie XX and more will be performing. The sound varies, artists like grimes and future are on separate ends of the spectrum. As well to the performers, traditions like their costume party will be executed as well.

4. Field Trip: June 4-5

Field Trip is the underdog of the festival round up. The two-day line-up that will give you and your family a fun experience. The National, Robyn, July talk, Of Montreal, Santigold, Charles Bradley and much more are said to put fire to the stages. As well there will be a kid’s area with comedy, VR demos, photo galleries & photo-shoots, and food trucks that will keep everyone busy in between performance sets.

4. OVO Fest: July 29 – August 1


If you haven’t gotten your tickets, good luck with purchasing at resale. The OVO fest is one of the biggest annual festivals in Toronto. It’s been moved from the Molson Canadian Amphitheater to the Air Canada Centre to seat more people. Wiz Khalifa and Snoop Dogg are set to perform July 29th. The OVO fest overlaps with Drake’s Summer Sixteen Tour with Future which is on July 30th and August 1st. As usual, expect Drake to bring out surprise special guests.

6. TD Jazz Festival: June 24 – July 3

The TD Toronto Jazz festival has become known as North America’s premier jazz festivals produced annually by Toronto Downtown Jazz, a Canadian registered charity. For jazz lovers, this is a must-see event, performers like Sarah McLachlan, Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings, Grace Potter and more will be performing.

7. Digital Dreams: July 2-3

Along with Electric Island Digital Dreams is set to up expectations at the Ontario Place location Canada day long weekend. The venue is set to have top EDM artist including Armin Van Buuren, Knife Party, Bass Nectar, Above and Beyond, Axwell & Ingrosso and many more. Hopefully, there will be good weather.

8. Veld: July 30-31

Veld came with the EDM heavy hitters this year. Scheduled on the Simcoe long weekend, headliners like Flume, Deadmau5, Steve Aoki, Martin Garrix, and Kygo will be raging on stage. If you’re an EDM fan this is home. Tickets will sell like hot cakes make sure you scoop yours up before it is too late.

9. Mad Decent Block Party: August 29

The Mad Decent party is set to be a party for the ages. Mad Decent has a roster of label hit makers like Major Lazer, CL, Xxyyxx, Jauz, What So Not and Riff Raff. The selection offers a variety of dance, urban and some music to two-step to. Though a tad bit different in music taste in a festival the performers bring an infectious energy you will never forget.


We’re always down for a party and the launch of our third issue of Gotstyle Man is an excellent excuse. Come celebrate our home team with cover model and Toronto Blue Jay, Kevin Pillar. Enjoy an open bar and ball park themed food all night. You can purchase tickets online and in store.

The proceeds from the ticket sales will go towards a local charity program called The Remix Project. It as created in order to help level the playing field for young people from disadvantaged and marginalized communities.

As expected, there is a dress code in effect: 50 shades of blue. All those in blue will receive a gift bag. No untucked shirts or square toed shoes.

We’re giving away a pair of tickets to the Gotstyle Man party! Scroll down to enter. You can also purchase tickets online.

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