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Video Sidewalk Style: Thrifty Student

“Being a student has definitely made me up amp up the thriftiness,” says Hannah Geyer, a law student at George Washington University who’s interning at the American Bar Association this summer. “I look at fashion magazines and then look for way cheaper versions at thrift stores.” Her outfit is a mix of thrift-store finds and goods from chain stores such as T.J. Maxx. The dress, which she found at a Salvation Army store, has a fun, colorful print that was impossible for our cameras to miss. “Bright and irritating, I guess,” she says self-deprecatingly of her style. Bright? Yes. Irritating? Hardly, Hannah. Check out our video to find out what she has to say about the style scene in Washington compared to Detroit, her hometown.

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