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Where'd you get that? Essence Magazine

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Christal Young decided to check out how fashion fabulous magazine editors are, so she paid a visit to the offices of Essence Magazine in Midtown Manhattan. 

Essence magazine is the premiere magazine for women of color in the U.S. The September issue is chock full of fall fashions, beauty tips, recipes and financial advice.

www.essence.com

Christal was wearing a dress from Zara which cost $69. Her shoes were by Rosegold were purchased several years ago.

www.zara.com

Black cameo earrings, $40 from The Studio Museum of Harlem

www.studiomuseum.org

Floral suit from Zara, each piece under $100

www.zara.com

Cooper colored flats, under $20 from Asos.com

www.asos.com

Vintage skirt from usedgoodsnyc.com, $20

www.usedgoodsnyc.com

Animal print shoes by Boutique 9 at Bloomingdale's, under $100

www.bloomingdales.com

Striped dress from Anthropologie, $158

www.anthropologie.com

Strapless dress from Aqua, $40, Bloomingdale's

www.bloomingdales.com

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