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Street Chic

About this feature

The weather can be brutal in Chicago, but that doesn't stop us from looking good. Every week, we'll highlight street style in a different neighborhood and ask fashion-forward folks where they shop and what inspires their look.

Hyde Park »

Hyde Parkers said the neighborhood is not fashionable, but everyone has style.

Bridgeport »

Summer styles abound in the South Side neighborhood.

Uptown »

North Siders busted out the summer staples as the weather finally warmed up.

Wicker Park »

Men and women rocked tank tops, tees and dresses as the temps rose.

Pilsen »

Pilsen-ites rocked their summer finery on an almost 90-degree May day.

The Loop »

Rainy days in the Loop are brightened by fashion-forward residents and visitors.

Lakeview »

Many local residents sported bright prints, mixed textures and even metallics this week.

Lincoln Park »

Cold weather put a damper on most creative fashion, but a few residents managed to show off their style.

Lincoln Square »

Baby it's cold outside, but there's no such thing as a fashion snow day.

Bridgeport »

When it comes to winter fashion, South Siders keep it real on the streets of Bridgeport.

Rogers Park »

Fashion on the Far North Side is as diverse as its people, who hail from all over the world.

Hyde Park »

Hyde Parkers may tone down their style in the winter, but there's no stopping it.

Englewood »

Residents of Chatham and Englewood combine style and city smarts to look good and stay warm.

Logan Square »

Logan Square residents share tricks and tips for staying sassy in the winter.