The Best Fashion from Oil & Cotton's Read-Rite Market (Photos)

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Creative energy was in the air at Oil & Cotton's Read-Rite Market this weekend. Check out our favorite looks from the day.

Name: Karen Soltero Age: 39 Occupation: Writer Style influences: Eclectic, vintage, "everything from Neiman's and Free People to the Gap." Style breakdown: Dress from Gap, sandals by Born, purse by Coach.


Name: Holly Jefferson Age: 42 Occupation: Editorial Writer at Neiman Marcus Style influences: "Anything that catches my eye in the moment, completely spontaneous." Style breakdown: Dress from ModCloth, flats by Cole Haan, clutch by Jonathan Adler, bracelet is a vintage find from Etsy.


Name: Will Evans Age: 29 Occupation: Deep Vellum Publishing Co. Style influences: "Absolutely none." Style breakdown: Shirt from J.Crew, shorts from American Apparel, shoes by Vans, sunglasses by Suncloud.


Name: Delaney Smith Age: 29 Occupation: Artist Style influences: Comfortable, simple, graphic/patters, neutral tones. Style breakdown: Dress from Anthropologie, shoes by Blowfish, scarf from an LA boutique, shirt is thrifted, bag by Rachel Elise of Denton, jewelry is vintage turquoise and necklace by Trestle.


Name: Paul Bruno Age: 30 Occupation: Web Developer Style influences: "Absent minded professor." Style breakdown: Shorts from Urban Outfitters, shoes by Tiger, bag by Alternative.

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