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In 2014, Portland fashion will finally ditch copying Williamsburg fashion and instead opt for copying Venice Beach fashion. (Katy Kippen, designer, Grayling)
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In 2014, Portland fashion will finally ditch blaming the weather, and instead opt for year-round His & Hers crop tops. (Ty McBride, creative/brand director, Solestruck)
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In 2014, Portland fashion will finally ditch the "whatever" attitude when it comes to fashion experience, and instead opt for qualitative distinction. (Tito Chowbury, producer, FashioNXT)
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In 2014, Portland fashion will finally ditch skinny jeans and boots and instead opt for power suits. (Marianne Schnell, assistant stylist, Iridio Studios)
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In 2014, Portland fashion will finally ditch "American Indian" print wool jackets, and instead opt for leather motorcycle jackets. (Hazel Cox, accessory designer)
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In 2014, Portland fashion will finally ditch frog-feet shoes and instead opt for New Balance 574s. (Charlotte Wenzel, owner, Palace Boutique)
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In 2014, Portland fashion will finally ditch convenience, and instead opt for distinction. (Michelle DeCourcy, apparel designer)
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In 2014, Portland will finally ditch lush, full facial hair and the logger look, and instead opt for the clean-shaven, geek-chic style, with a casual, short-to-medium-length hair. (Christine Taylor, photographer & art director, Hand-Eye Supply)
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In 2014, Portland fashion will finally ditch fuzzy-eared animal hats and mom jeans, and instead opt for more brass for home, bright pops of color inserted into otherwise monotone colorways, and clean, classic comforts. (Emily Katz, designer and artist)
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In 2014, Portland fashion will finally ditch hand-made triangle jewelry (earrings, necklaces, ad infinitum), and instead opt for Blossom Hats a la Mayam Bialik. (Liz Gross, owner, Xtabay and The English Department)
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In 2014, Portland fashion will finally ditch outdoor gear as a fashion statement, and instead opt for an urban vibe. (Lindsey Reif, owner/designer, REIF)
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In 2014, Portland fashion will finally ditch all the earth tones, and instead opt for bright colors and pastels! (Pamela Levenson, owner, Popina Swimwear)
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