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Street Style: "If you feel like a witch, then you should dress like a witch"

On Saturday, when a collision of cultural celebrations -- the Kentucky Derby and Cinco de Mayo -- had people sporting big hats and sombreros all over town, one person's style statement definitely topped all others.

Every witch way.

Here's a look at this week's Denver street style.




Street Style: "If you feel like a witch, then you should dress like a witch"

Name: Mikey Garcia

Spotted at: 16th and Logan

Profession: Make-up artist

Favorite film: Titanic

iPod favorites: Lady Gaga, Madonna and Britney Spears

Style icons/inspirations: Coco Chanel, Dolce & Gabanna, Gianni Versace

Favorite accessory: Defiantly over-the-top costume jewelry.

Favorite color: Sapphire

Style mantra: I am a huge fan of trash glamor. I believe that fashion doesn't need to be about how expensive, but about how creative it is! If you feel like a witch, then you should dress like a witch!

Street Style: "If you feel like a witch, then you should dress like a witch"

The style of attorney Devi Yorty is on Page 2.

 

Street Style: "If you feel like a witch, then you should dress like a witch"

Name: Devi Yorty

Spotted at: 19th and Lincoln

Profession: Attorney

Favorite film: Woody Allen's Hannah and Her Sisters, from 1986

iPod favorites: Tycho's Sunrise Projector album and local DJ Greg Campbell's mix tape

Style inspirations/ icons: Faye Dunaway and Cate Blanchett

Favorite accessory: Bangles. I lived in India for a year and they make them small enough there to fit my wrist.

Favorite color: Blue

Style mantra: Sometimes people forget to get dressed before you start drinking, so dressing sober is key. Although there are plenty of blacks and grays in my wardrobe, as an attorney, I feel I should be allowed to have fun with style.

Street Style: "If you feel like a witch, then you should dress like a witch"

Style analysis: Denver has a wide and diverse aesthetics spectrum. Some people go for shock and awe, while others play it more subtle and conservative. Whether you're suiting up for a day at the office or preparing to cast a spell on the town, remember to dress before drinking. And to rock those black boots.

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