Fall Fashion: The Definitive Looks of 10 Brooklyn Neighborhoods 

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Fort Greene
Fort Greene’s parks and beautiful brownstones make everyone look good, but what makes the very best outfits stand out is all in the details. In a neighborhood filled with all types of creative professionals, form and content are emphasized in subtle contrasts and pairings, making the average outfit exceptional. The nabe isn’t without its bold sartorialists, however, and high-waisted skinnies are often seen next to airy daishikis and bright, billowy rompers.

Best Place to Blow All Your Money: Brooklyn Flea, 176 Lafayette Avenue
Best Menswear and Womenswear: French Garment Cleaners Co., 85 Lafayette Avenue
Best Flowers: Thistle & Clover, 221 DeKalb Avenue

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