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Street Style: 15 looks at Evergreen Brick Works Winter Village

A winter village popped up at the Evergreen Brick Works this week. In addition to the site's usual attractions, there are now food and drink stalls, food trucks and lots of vendors selling unique gifts for the holidays.

We stopped by yesterday to see what visitors were wearing after the big snowfall. Here are some of the looks.

Christina
  • Occupation: Student
  • Style: Friendly

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Barbara
  • Occupation: Retired
  • Style: Grooving Granny

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Emily
  • Occupation: Art dealer
  • Style: True to myself

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Gideon
  • Occupation: Child
  • Style: Independent

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Jaclyn
  • Occupation: Dancer with National Ballet of Canada
  • Style: Creative

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Jordan
  • Occupation: Event specialist
  • Style: Functional

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Keith
  • Occupation: Marketing specialist for L.L. Bean
  • Style: Outdoor gear

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Megan
  • Occupation: Women's emergency shelter
  • Style: Practical and warm

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Mike
  • Occupation: Music licensing
  • Style: Trying to stay warm

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Rob
  • Occupation: Owner of Longboard Haven
  • Style: Go with the flow

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Skylar
  • Occupation: Dancer with National Ballet of Canada
  • Style: Evolving

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Stefania
  • Occupation: Student
  • Style: Preppy

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Sustai
  • Occupation: Freelancing artist
  • Style: Realistic

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Tien
  • Occupation: Freelance Illustrator
  • Style: Artistic

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Timothy
  • Occupation: Freelance artist
  • Style: Grunge

Thanks to L.L. Bean for sponsoring this post.

Lead photo by

Mauricio Calero


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