Credit: Isa Giallorenzo

Street View is a fashion series in which Isa Giallorenzo spotlights some of the coolest styles seen in Chicago.

Uniforms are all about making us feel like we belong, but fans like José Castillo—pictured above with Grace and Julie—added personal touches to their Cubs garb. See below what other creative dressers picked to celebrate their team during the World Series parade downtown.

José whipped up his outift with items he had lying around his house. Very casual.Credit: Isa Giallorenzo
Makeup artist Tanya Franceb thinks every day’s a stage. Love her rock ‘n’ roll vibe—her outfit screamed “Cubs” without a single Cubs item.Credit: Isa Giallorenzo
Credit: Isa Giallorenzo
Here’s a shirt that can double as a postcard.Credit: Isa Giallorenzo
Sylvain Togo chose a hoodie that very few fans have: “I just tried to be unique,” he said.Credit: Isa Giallorenzo
Credit: Isa Giallorenzo
Christian proudly displayed “the victory chain.”Credit: Isa Giallorenzo
Jerry Pritikin, the Bleacher Preacher, is a well-known Cubs fan. “Google me,” he suggested.Credit: Isa Giallorenzo
Credit: Isa Giallorenzo
Dereka was a walking work of pop art.Credit: Isa Giallorenzo
Now that the Cubs have won, Arthur Sandoval and Aaron Bueno believe that chickens will fly.Credit: Isa Giallorenzo

See more street style in the Chicago Looks blog.