Country cool found on Cermak Road
CICERO – A crisp, brimmed Stetson hat, ostrich skin belt and buckle. Tony Llama lizard-skinned boots, a pearl-buttoned plaid shirt and a western-embroidered jacket with matching pants.
This is not the look of those cheesy cowboys from the 1950s television shows. This is the new western cool, and Cermak Road in Cicero may very well be the Rodeo Drive for those who like to be seen cowboy.
With a cruise down Cermak Road, one might wonder if they missed a turn at Harlem and ended up in San Antonio, considering the number of western wear stores that line the street. They didn’t open for business to capitalize on Cicero’s rich Bohemian culture, but followed the towns changing demographic from European to Latino.
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