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			<h2>A Photo Story Tuba Vol's Band</h2><em>Photo caption and photo credit go here. </em>Tennessee safety Eric Berry first announces he will turn pro and enter the 2010 NFL Draft. He also answers questions following the Vols' loss to the Virginia Tech Hokies on New Year's Eve in Atlanta, Ga. <a href="">Read more ></a>
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     <div class="largephotocredit"><em>photo by <a href="">Stephen Baldwin</a></em><br />
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      08 January 2010 | <strong>SPORTS</strong>
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     <p>Photo caption and photo credit go here. </em>Tennessee safety Eric Berry first announces he will turn pro and enter the 2010 NFL Draft. He also answers questions following the Vols' loss to the Virginia Tech Hokies on New Year's Eve in Atlanta, Ga.</p><p>Tennessee safety Eric Berry first announces he will turn pro and enter the 2010 NFL Draft. He also answers questions following the Vols' loss to the Virginia Tech Hokies on New Year's Eve in Atlanta, Ga.He also answers questions following the Vols' loss to the Virginia Tech Hokies on New Year's Eve in Atlanta, Ga. <a href="">Read more ></a></p>
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       <strong>08 January 2010 | FEATURE STORY | By <a href="">Ed Reporter</a> | Photos by <a href="">Charles Photog</a></strong>
       <h2>Frugal Fashionista Secrets</h2>
       <em> Summary: Look great for less.</em>
       Every true fashionista knows that when low on funds, it is not about which designer label you are wearing - but looking like you are wearing it. There is no need to skip another meal to help pay for those special items with astronomical price tags.

Below is a secret A to Z shopping index of San Francisco's best places to satisfy sartorial fetishes, with a high style quotient at a low price. Some of these places may sound familiar, while others are smaller boutiques soon to be your new obsessions. Following this list will lead you to a range of fashions, from Marc Jacobs jackets for around thirty dollars to Diane Von Furstenberg-inspired dresses for under fifty dollars.

I scoured and hunted many of these places to uncover four styled looks for one hundred dollars or less, including shoes and accessories. I dug, toiled, and fought over Missoni sweaters for eleven dollars (yes, you read that right) at Goodwill, and cried when the Dries Van Noten shoes were not my model's shoe size. Alas, I emerged triumphant, with heaps of cute clothes and styling solutions.

American Apparel: This entry should come as no surprise. Almost-pornographic advertisements and glittery leggings aside, American Apparel is a reliable source for basics. Key items to shop for here are t-shirts, cardigans, and zip-up sweaters. (2174 Union Street, 1615 Haight Street, and 363 Grant Avenue)

Buffalo Exchange: The prices have risen here in tandem with the rest of the Haight Street thrift stores, but you can still find women's shirts for under five dollars. (1555 Haight Street and 1210 Valencia Street)

Crossroads Trading Company: This is a great place to search for big name labels for a steal. (1901 Fillmore Street, 1519 Haight Street, 630 Irving Street, 2123 Market Street)

Photo Gallery | Photos by <a href="">Charles Photog</a>


Forever 21: Key items here are booties for under thirty dollars and stacks of bangles and bracelets for just seven dollars. (7 Powell Street)

Goodwill: I found a Dior sweater at a Goodwill for eight dollars a few years back. There is a lot of muck to sort through but on a good day you will be rewarded with true gems for next to nothing.

Hennes & Mauritz: Key pieces here are any trendy items one may be drawn to but can not commit a paycheck to pay for. (150 Powell Street and 865 Market Street)

Kid's Section: For petite women, shopping in the children's section is a cost effective way of finding clothes that will fit better without alterations. Children's collections follow adult trends for half the price.

New York Apparel: Come here to find tights and leggings in every color starting at just three dollars. (1772 Haight Street)

Pink Lilly: Browse the "ten dollar or less" rack and the treasure trove of pieces for under one hundred dollars. Do not pass up the leather jackets starting at under sixty dollars, which are cuter than anything you will find at H&M or Forever 21.

Quit wearing black nail polish and lipstick. Really.

Salvation Army: Find your gold in someone else's castoffs. (1500 Valencia Street)

Target: As if collaborations with Thakoon and Alexander McQueen are not enough to cement its fashion destination appeal, you can update your handbag and accessories collections for under one hundred dollars.

X Generation: Trend-driven boutique where everything is under fifty dollars. (1606 Haight Street)

Zara: Spanish-based fast fashion company that sells men's, women's, and children's clothing. They sell a mix of original designs mixed with convincing designer knockoffs. There are two locations in the city. (250 Post Street, 845 Market Street)
       
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