7 Street Style Snaps From Do Division Fest

UPDATE: Heading out to a street fair this weekend and looking for a little sartorial inspo? These festival-goers have it in spades. This story was originally published on June 5.
If you haven't yet taken to the street (fairs) in your best summer style, what are you waiting for? The rest of Chicago is on it, and just in case you need proof, we hit up Do Division Fest in Wicker Park over the weekend to document what's happening on Chi-town's fashion scene this season. The two-day event was one of the city's first chances to hang out, shop, dance, and imbibe during daylight hours.
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A packed Division Street made it clear that the Windy City is more than ready to enjoy a little warm-weather fun—and don't worry, our cameras captured every modish moment. Click through for seven snaps of what Chicago wore to its inaugural street fair, and, when you're done, start planning what you'll step out in, come Friday. Because you're not staying home, right?
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Karyn's vintage ensemble was an unexpected pop of cute, super-feminine style among the street fair's shorts-and-t-shirt crowd.


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We're loving Arthur's business on top/party on the bottom outfit.


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Lisa's got a little retro vibe going that we're into. So many bonus points for bold lip color at a street fair!


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Nicole could have worn the classic tank top and midi skirt, but instead she made the look her own. Well done.


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Robbie's showing Chicago guys a good way to dress for the weather without looking sloppy. We feel like saying thanks.


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Liz's too-cute print and layered denim vest are summer go-to layers, for sure. A sweet vintage bag and essential shades ice the cake.


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The summer street fair is incomplete without a great printed maxi dress. How many have you been saving for sunny streets?


Photographed by Amy Creyer
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