Chicago street style | Bryan Taylor

Bryan Taylor knows how to stay warm in Chicago weather.
 (Photograph: Max Herman)
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Photograph: Max HermanBryan Taylor
 (Photograph: Courtesy of Urban Outfitters)
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Photograph: Courtesy of Urban OutfittersHawkings McGill felt buck shoe
 (Photograph: Courtesy of Eddie Bauer)
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Photograph: Courtesy of Eddie BauerEddie Bauer Heritage Mountain Parka
 (Photograph: Courtesy of Swak Designs)
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Photograph: Courtesy of Swak DesignsBlue hooded cowl scarf
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Hawking Mcgill felt buck shoe
$78 at Urban Outfitters (locations around the city)

Hooded cowl scarf
$59 at swakdesigns.etsy.com

Heritage mountain jacket
$129 at Eddie Bauer (600 N Michigan ave, 312-951-8484)

I like your scarf. Is that the warmest thing you own?
I’d have to say the warmest is my North Face winter boots. They are red and gray with the logo in white on the front. And so cute—they look like moon boots but North Face–style.

Where do you like to shop in Chicago?
I love thrift stores, Urban Outfitters and Topshop/Topman, where I work.

Favorite item in your closet right now?
My new honey brown leather vest I just got from a thrift store downtown. It fits as if it was made just for me and I got it for only $3. It’s amazing!

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