Aly on SE MLK

I find most of my clothes for free. For the clothes I purchase I'm very selective, they must be well made and last a long time. 
- Aly, amateur herper

dress: found in dumpster
tights: LL Bean
boots: Frye
necklace: thrifted
ring: ex engagement ring
earrings: gift from friend 10 years ago

Erica at Peninsula Park

I am inspired by French women, get a good haircut, minimal makeup, keep it chic yet easy.
-Erica, barista

Gap shirt: thrifted
sweater: Element
jacket: Big Chill
skirt: thrifted
tights: Urban Outfitters
shoes: Nine West
necklace: Elyse Bunkers
ring: Redux boutique

Shelby on SE 7th

I wear clothes that are comfortable and can transition from looking for work to going out.
- Shelby, scuba diver reef guide & barista

tank: Forever 21
sweater: H&M
scarf: acquired
pants: H&M
belt: H&M
shoes: thrifted
sunglasses: friend's grandma's
bag: LeSportsac
black coffee: Parkers
nailpolish: OPI

Anna on N Knott

I wear basic comfortable pieces in clean and neutral tones.
- Anna, designer of Ak Vintage and IM:MORTAL

tank: American Apparel
blazer: Silence and Noise
jeans: Denim Birds
shoes: One of 2
ring: antique from great aunt
bag: thrifed from Rad Summer

Amanda on N Missippi

I like to buy local, well made pieces. I like simplicity and good details.

dress: vintage, then tailored
jacket: Wednesday
tights: American Apparel 
shoes: Tsubo
glasses: Bevel
bag: Entermodal
wedding ring: 40's vintage, gift from husband
ring: from great aunt
Little t baguette: from Pastaworks

Adam on NW 24th

Street meets neat.
- Adam Andreas, menswear designer

collard shirt: Mossimo
grey shirt: thrifted
tie: Adam Andreas
cardigan: Gap v neck cut up the middle by Adam
jacket: Lacoste thrifted
jeans: Zara
shoes: Puma
glasses: Zenni Optical