The Best Fashion from Memorial Day Partying in East Dallas (Photos)
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We found our selves bouncing between a few parties in East Dallas over the weekend, and were struck by the sartorial efforts on display. Here are some of our favorite looks:
Name: Lindsey Henrie (above) Age: 27 Occupation: Brand strategist at Tractorbeam Style influences: Old drag queen catalogs, vintage blogs and Tumblr Style breakdown: Hat from party, thrift tank top and shorts, shoes from Forever 21, bag from Ross.
Name: Patricio Rivera Age: 22 Occupation: Lisa Garza's personal assistant Style influences: Life Style breakdown: Found blazer at party, shirt from It'll Do Club, vintage shorts, shoes from Aldo.
Name: Daniela Cruz Age: 23 Occupation: Sculpture student Style influences: Nature Style breakdown: Thrift store dress and hat, childhood pool bag, boots from Lula B's West, glasses were a drunk trade at Barcadia.
Name: Helen Stark Age: Old enough to know better, young enough not to care Occupation: Artist Style influences: The '20s and '40s, women's fashion that's tailored to look masculine, accessories, Audrey Hepburn, Bette Davis Style breakdown: Designer vintage
Name: Dillon Bartel Age: 26 Occupation: In transition Style influences: The day; Memorial Day Style breakdown: A mix of American Apparel, H&M and Aldo.
Name: Jad Saxton Age: 33 Occupation: Actress Style influences: Instagram, style blogs, Urban Outfitters Style breakdown: Shirt and shorts from Urban Outfitters, bracelets from all over, shoes from Target, Marc by Marc Jacobs bag.
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