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Street Style: 20 winter looks at Nathan Phillips Square

The Nathan Phillips Square Holiday Market is now on until December 23. The public space in front of City Hall surrounding the ever-popular skating rink, has been joined by rides, games, food and beverage stands and a host of vendors selling all sorts of gifts for the holidays.

As the weather drops and the snow starts to fall, outfits are transitioning from fall to winter. Here are some of the looks we found at the square this week.

Evroi
  • Occupation: Coach
  • Style: Athletic

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Bella
  • Occupation: Juggler
  • Style: Festive

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Malcolm
  • Occupation: Soulful Engineer
  • Style: Amazing

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Danielle
  • Occupation: Student
  • Style: Casual

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Jordan
  • Occupation: Fashion student
  • Style: Grungy

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Claire
  • Occupation: Student
  • Style: Cozy

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Rachel
  • Occupation: Intern
  • Style: Preppy

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Max
  • Occupation: Child
  • Style: Ovo

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Troy
  • Occupation: Student
  • Style: Street

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Martin
  • Occupation: Sales
  • Style: Smart Casual

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Nosheen
  • Occupation: Psychotherapist
  • Style: Street

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Arqam
  • Occupation: Student
  • Style: Economical

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Rikki
  • Occupation: Student
  • Style: I dress like a boy

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Dina
  • Occupation: Lawyer
  • Style: Outgoing

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Ali
  • Occupation: Staffing agency
  • Style: Chill

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Sham
  • Occupation: YouTuber
  • Style: Comedian

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Maximo
  • Occupation: Airport Terminal Services
  • Style: Normal

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Charles
  • Occupation: International Logistican
  • Style: Urban

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Elda
  • Occupation: Student
  • Style: Freestyle

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Susan
  • Occupation: undisclosed
  • Style: Warm

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

Lead photo by

Mauricio Calero


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