Chicago street style | Krystal DiFronzo

This 22-year-old is an expert thrifter.
 (Photograph: Jamie Kraus)
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Photograph: Jamie Kraus
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Photograph: Courtest of Free PeopleFree People Floral Print Shapeless Dress
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Photograph: Courtesy of EtsyTribal two chain color spike necklace by Malva Jewlery
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Photograph: Courtesy of CitizenCitizen eco-drive gold tone stainless steel watch
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Where did you get your dress?

Salvation Army—it’s a romper.

 

Do you thrift often?

Yeah, I’m wearing an entire thrift outfit. I also sell vintage on Etsy under FickleFeet.

 

Where do you like to thrift?

The Salvation Army and Goodwill in the suburbs are best because families move around, a lot of them leave the city, and their grandparents’ old wardrobes all seem to end up there. Every once in a while you can come across something great at an estate sale or thrift shop in the city, but it’s rare and usually more expensive. I can’t say where my thrift-store heaven is—trade secret—but any thrift store half an hour out of city limits is already way better.—Tyler Leeds

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