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March 8, 2014 at 8:00 PM

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The Seattle Times 2014 Thrift-shop Showdown winners


Northwesterners are proud of their thrifty ways. We asked readers to share their best thrift-shop finds for our 2014 Seattle Times Thrift-shop Showdown contest. Meet the winners as they sport their second-hand finds.

For more about our top choices and how we picked the winning looks, read the story.



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VIDEO BY GENEVIEVE ALVAREZ / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Elodie Piquet's father had a passion for browsing flea markets in France when she was a child. Piquet claims she shares the same passion now when she shops at second-hand stores in Seattle.



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VIDEO BY GENEVIEVE ALVAREZ / THE SEATTLE TIMES

2014 Thrift-shop Showdown youth winner Anais Gurrola, 17, says she changes styles daily, but loves blazers because they make her feel professional, yet epic, at the same time.



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VIDEO BY GENEVIEVE ALVAREZ / THE SEATTLE TIMES

2014 Thrift-shop Showdown winner Michael Lynch looks for high quality, older pieces when it comes to shopping second-hand.

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