Fall Fashion: The Definitive Looks of 10 Brooklyn Neighborhoods 

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You might say Bed-Stuy’s style is a less annoying version of Bushwick’s or Williamsburg’s while retaining all the trendy edge. Cut-offs are common, but they generally stop at the knee, and people are totally into band T-shirts and dirty Vans. You’ll also see a ton of kids on skateboards with slim raglan sweaters and chunky skate shoes. There’s plenty of denim; even the Canadian tuxedo manages to look pretty good here.

Best Curated Vintage: Miss Master’s Closet, 1070 Bedford Avenue
Best Giant Thrift Store:Salvation Army, 22 Quincy Street
Best Vintage and Local Design Boutique: Vianova, 711 Myrtle Avenue

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