Trend Report | Fall Fringe & Leather

If you’re a fan of vintage clothing, look no farther than Dress No Evil. The resale clothing boutique, open one year in July, sells pieces found at estate sales and thrift stores such as Goodwill and Salvation Army. The owners, Magan McLaughlin and Jennifer Reed, also love when people bring stuff in.

If you’re a fan of vintage clothing, look no farther than Dress No Evil. The resale clothing boutique, open one year in July, sells pieces found at estate sales and thrift stores such as Goodwill and Salvation Army. The owners, Magan McLaughlin and Jennifer Reed, also love when people bring stuff in.

If you’re looking for fall pieces, you’ll find tons of wearable outfits that can be dressed up or dressed down. McLaughlin sees fringe and leather as big trends for fall. In the outfits shown here, you’ll see warm colors and lots of layers with some fringe and suede.

And the beauty of buying from resale shops is that your style is one-of-a-kind.

BUY THE LOOKS
1. Suede leather fringe 1980s camel-colored skirt, $45; forest green 1960s polyester button up, $22; braided leather two tone vest, $34.

2. Band T-shirt (many styles available in store), $15 and up; rolled bottoms, western boots (many styles available in store), $24.95 and up.

3. Purple micro accordion pleated skirt, $24.95; floral patterned blouse with accent bow on front, $39.95; long raw leather fringe vest, $89.95.

DRESS NO EVIL

534 Cleveland Ave. NW, Canton, 330-842-6363
3 to 8 p.m. Thursday through Saturday
dressnoevilvintage.com