SLUG Style: Ian Wade of The Stockist

SLUG Style: Ian Wade of The Stockist
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Some people dress for function, and some for fashion. Ian Wade, co-owner of 9th and 9th district boutique The Stockist by Fresh, prefers to take advantage of both. … read more

SLUG Style: Helen Wade-Joice of The Stockist

SLUG Style: Helen Wade-Joice of The Stockist
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The other half of the brother-sister ownership, Helen Wade-Joice, draws her style from the staples and rudimentary pieces adorning the shelves at The Stockist. “I personally love a classic, simple style. When I walk into a room, I want people to notice me, but I don’t need to be the center of everyone’s conversation,” she says. … read more

SLUG Style: Nicole Morris of Omitted Youth

SLUG Style: Nicole Morris of Omitted Youth
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Far from the cookie cutter and suburban wardrobes of her Michigan hometown, marketer and designer Nicole Morris feels that her rock n’ roll and bohemian-infused style that always stuck her out like a sore thumb has found a better home with the eclectic style of Salt Lake. … read more

SLUG Style: Ashley Kinser of Glitter Gutter Glamour

SLUG Style: Ashley Kinser of Glitter Gutter Glamour
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For Ashley Kinser, Utah native and creator behind the colorful accessory brand Glitter Gutter Glamour, art is a major facet of all things in life, including her personal style. … read more

SLUG Style: Jesse Walker of New City Movement

SLUG Style: Jesse Walker of New City Movement
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“The scene and its people have taught me how to take risks, a few tricks and that you can’t take yourself so fucking seriously, most of all,” he says. Jesse (aka “Mr.” Jesse Walker) prefers not to try and force any particular look, but, rather, to absorb it and let it flow naturally, creating an organic, simple style that is his own. … read more

SLUG Style: Beatrice Poulsen of The Graveyard Girl

SLUG Style: Beatrice Poulsen of The Graveyard Girl
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“I have this running joke with myself that I am the sixth, forgotten Spice Girl. Usually in the mornings when I’m trying to get dressed, that’s what I try to channel. I ask myself ‘what would Goth Spice wear today?’” … read more

SLUG Style: Max Pain and the Groovies

SLUG Style: Max Pain and the Groovies
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Whether they’re out at Denver’s Psych Fest collecting weird shit like “trollops” (ask one of the band members about it) or decorating one of their jackets with pins and buttons found laying around the tour bus, the boys always feel at home in SLC, saying they prefer it to any other scene they’ve played in because of it’s low-ego, no bullshit feel when it comes to personal style. … read more

SLUG Style: Annalisa Milo, Graphic Design @ Discrete Clothing

SLUG Style: Annalisa Milo, Graphic Design @ Discrete Clothing
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“People should always dress for themselves and not someone else.” She uses her style to challenge gender roles and break stereotypes. “I don’t believe that there is a specific type of clothing for a certain gender—I’m going to wear whatever I want.” … read more

SLUG Style: Kat Weeks

SLUG Style: Kat Weeks
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“I like to have meaning behind what I’m wearing. I’ve got to have some sort of piece of me in whatever I’m wearing and representing.” … read more

SLUG Style: Cardi Buetler

SLUG Style: Cardi Buetler
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“Style gives you the ability to be an individual on a regular basis,” Cardi Buetler says. “Everyone has their own identity, and style lets them present that every day in whatever they’re doing.” … read more