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"I am the singer of a band called The Veldt, and I feel you should 'be' the part, not play it. Playing the part implies it's not real, and everything about me is real."

—Daniel Chavis of The Veldt


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"I want my outfit to express the kind of person I am on the inside and how I'm feeling on a certain day. If I'm under the weather I'll wear something a little more bundled up, darker shades. If I'm feeling super-creative and friendly then I'll wear something bright and colorful like this." —Daniel Vanatta of Raleigh


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"Style is how willing you are to be different rather than following the trend ... There's this power many perceive in having on a lot of pricey items, but that's just not my motif." —Max (quoted) and Leopoldo Romero of Wilson, N.C.


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"Even though I focus on clean, timeless, classic pieces that can interchange, my mood changes daily, so I think that style is an expression of one's personal mood that evolves as we go through life." — Kendra Leonard, owner of Raleigh's The Art of Style


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Lexi Logan, Chapel Hill


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Hannah Chapman of Raleigh, after going to the gym

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