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Street Style: A Group of Trendsetters Rock Their Saturday Best at Dada (Photos)

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When we see you on the street and think you put some thought into your style, we may take your picture and ask you things. See previous installations in the Street Style archive.

A small cluster of fashionistas caught our eye at the SSION show Saturday night at Club Dada. We just had to capture their style, but alas the DSLR camera was at home so we opted for Polaroid pics.

Name: Maleni Soto Age:19 Occupation: Student and cmscloset.blogspot.com Style influences: "I'm broke, so thrifting and making it work." Style breakdown: Everything is thrifted.

Name: Carmina Tiscareno Age:19 Occupation: Student and cmscloset.blogspot.com Style influences: Bloggers and mixing girly pieces with grungy pieces (having a balance of girly and edgy). Style breakdown: "I bought the sports bra and added the flowers, I found them in my garage. Thrift store belt, Nordstrom shoes.

Name: Deontahvius Apollo Ford Age: 20 Occupation: Dance instructor and rapper. Style influences: The '90s hip hop scene, Grace Jones and Chris Tucker in The Fifth Element. Style breakdown: Forever 21 scarf, American Apparel socks, eBay sunglasses, thrift store overalls, shirt and necklace.

Name: Patricia Tiscareno Age: 16 Occupation: Student and runner. Style influences: Block colors and Kesha. Style breakdown: Thrift store top, Macy's boots, Forever 21 skirt, JCPenny tights.

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