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    #16


    34, professor.

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      #17


      24 year old special education teacher

      "You don't need money to dress better than you do" - Salvatore Romano

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        #18


        26, Auditor, and also soon to be MBA (taking last two classes) and CPA...From the Boston, MA area.

        "The key to Success is the Quality of Execution"
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          #19


          34. I'm an artist and a designer in Boston. Seems like there's a lot of us here from New England, so how come we have a reputation for dressing poorly?

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            #20


            Scott, we have a gift and a curse. Being one if not the most elite states in terms of educational system, we are also the state with one of the most strangest tastes in style. I was just outside for lunch and did my occasional people watch and was dismayed by the amount of poorly dressed men and women in our populous...they need enlightening...

            "The key to Success is the Quality of Execution"
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              #21


              Very true. College town. There's a whole lot of "I'm going to class and I'm wearing Uggs" or "I'm going to teach a class and I'm wearing pleated corduroys." On the plus side, here in Mass people consider me well dressed when I wear something from H&M. If I lived in NYC I'd just be some other dude wearing slim fit shirts.

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                #22


                36, married, no kids. Finance.

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                  #23


                  22, grad student

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                    #24


                    20, on my way to finishing my undergrad in Ocean Naval Architectural engineering (it's a mouthful but pretty much means I design ship hull forms and check stability and a lot of other boring stuff). Just starting to care about my post-college style and working towards a more mature professional look.

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                      #25


                      22, architecture grad student

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                        #26


                        19, undergrad political science.

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                          #27


                          26, engineer (and trying not to look like one).

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                            #28


                            32, Engaged, Finance.

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                              #29


                              23, engineering grad student

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                                #30


                                24, married, engineer

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