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Paul - "Old thrift stores."
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What is your winter fashion essential?
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Alex - “This is my lesbian existential crisis look; still pretty good eh?”
Marty - “Hungover in style.”
Cassie - “This is my hungover in winter look.”
Janine - “Turtlenecks are my thing.”
"The Bay downtown just announced they are closing the fourth floor – what should go in its place?"
Dione - “It’s clearly winter.”
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Carmen - “My style is just got out of bed comfortable.”
Jacklyn - “What to wear today? Coat or housecoat?”
Jungyoon - “Leggings are comfy. It makes me sad that when I go back home I will not be able to wear them. Here nobody cares.”
Haneen - “I just wear whatever is easiest to throw on on a Friday.”
Megan - “I hate wearing pants.”