FA­THER’S DAY MIL­LEN­NIAL MAKEOVER

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Jeanne Beker picks some pieces to give Dad’s wardrobe a hip­ster re­fresh

Ever feel like Dad’s wardrobe is a bit drab? We asked Jeanne Beker to pick some pieces for Pops to give him a hip­ster re­fresh for Fa­ther’s Day. Whether his style is cool and ca­sual, sum­mer chic or ur­ban and so­phis­ti­cated, there’s a look that will suit him.

LOST & FOUND

“Great clas­sic styling with this shirt un­but­toned with a T un­der­neath. The colour of the tee looks great with the khaki green cargo pants. Th­ese are a great cross be­tween a jean and a jog­ging pant, re­ally nice ca­sual look. The cap is a lovely shade of pur­ple and th­ese are a great pair of run­ning shoes.” Lost & Found, 44 Ossington Ave.

UN­CLE OTIS

“This is a great way to en­cour­age your dad to get into prints be­cause the colours are very sub­tle. I love the print on this shirt and th­ese shorts with this sweat­shirt over your dad’s shoul­ders. Bucket hats are back big time, and the sun­glasses have a ’40s retro vibe, and I’ve never seen a shoe like this. I love them.” Un­cle Otis, 329 Spad­ina Ave.

TNT CON­CEPT

“What I love about this is re­ally any man of any age can wear this and look hip with­out look­ing like he’s try­ing too hard. It’s a prac­ti­cal blazer, and I love a flo­ral shirt with a great pair of jeans. This could be a nice way to in­tro­duce him to that dis­tressed jean look and th­ese beau­ti­ful, suede laceup shoes.” TNT Con­cept, Yorkville Vil­lage

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