Allison O'Neill, 23, loves a "boho" style. "I'm trying to lean more towards indie clothes," says the BARCs vet assistant. This Shrewsbury, Pa., resident describes herself as a "thrift-shop nut." It's clear she knew how to combine her style with comfort for the U2 concert at M&T Bank Stadium by donning a taupe linen blend Love Culture romper - which came with the skinny belt - which she found at a thrift shop. That's also where she found her brown multi-strap platform sandals and the glass bead necklace. She made her other necklace from an old skeleton key that she found - you guessed it - at another thrift store. She bought her black and white animal print Roxy shoulder bag online, and her brown leather cuff watch at the Fossil store. She's had her brown leather cuff for years. She picked up her brown straw sunhat at Target. "I bought it this morning, because I thought it was going to be really hot out." It seems her thrifty shopping habits are a family trait. The pearl and gold drop earrings she was wearing? "My mom got those at a yard sale."
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