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Street Style: At the Sandman Viper Command Residency at C'est What

During the month of February, Sandman Viper Command has had a Tuesday night residency at C'est What. This past week was the last one and they had two surprise guests - The Balconies + Hollerado. Here are some photos of some of the people in the crowd.Name: Dan
Occupation: Guitarist for Sandman Viper Command
My Style: Sears discount
Favourite Item: My yellow shirt. It's a good stand-by from Value Village. Also my shoes that my Grandma bought me.

Name: Courtney
Occupation: Women's Swimwear Fitter
My Style: A collection of my roommate's closet and Value Village
Favourite Item: My purse which was made by my friend's father in Romania. I love it.

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Name: Branko
Occupation: Bassist for Dinosaur Bones
My Style: Sleezy
Favourite Item: My moustache.

Name: Lee-Anne
Occupation: University Student
My Style: Whatever I effing want
Favourite Item: My shirt! It is one of the Sandman Viper Command brothers t-shirts that I modified.

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Name: Melissa
Occupation: Host of Aux Weekly
My Style: Classy with an edge
Favourite Item: My dress that I got in LA.

Name: Alex
Occupation: Photographer
My Style: Classic
Favourite Item: My Chuck Berry shirt that I found in a vintage shop in Ottawa called Ragtime. It's a rarity.

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Name: Shawna
Occupation: Barista
My Style: American Apparel and adding vintage
Favourite Item: My belt - it's straight from the 80's.

Name: Leroy
Occupation: Works at American Express
My Style: Whatever I see and like, I get into.
Favourite Item: My sweater. I like it's fit and my Aunt gave it to me.


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