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Street Finds: Six Downtowners dressed better than you

By Emily Chu
Published: Thursday, July 05, 2012, at 08:47AM
Street Style: shoes Emily Chu

Myly Dao wore vintage shoes that she purchased for three dollars.



In this edition of Street Finds, BlogDowntown captured the best of Downtown fashion around Spring Street. We looked for the most original, the most confident, and the most inspiring. Meet some of Downtown's most stylish people:

Anthony Olivas, 23, graphic designer

Shirt: American Apparel

Pants: "I feel like they're something weird like Banana Republic, something fancy."

Shoes: Vintage bowling shoes from a store on Melrose

Glasses: Capsule on 6th and Spring

Davidson Fernie, 28, bartender

Pants: Maddox chinos

Shoes: Vintage Bostonian oxfords

Tracey Wright, 45, nail stylist

Pants: Leggings by Wicked Designs

Shirt: Gap

Rico Adair, 40, artist

Shirt: "A really old t-shirt that I probably got on Main and Venice."

Boots: Biker boots, "Probably Harley Davidson or something."

Calvin Perry, construction contractor

Shoes: Purchased from a store in the Beverly Center

Rest of the outfit: "All Mensland."

Myly Dao, 22, vintage store owner

Outfit: All purchased from "random thrift stores in the Valley… the pants were four bucks, the shoes were three bucks."

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