Elissa Marcus describes her style as "Pre-posh-terous"
Job: OSU student and salesperson at Buy Backs
Neighborhood: Victorian Village
Label your style: "Pre-posh-terous"
What's your favorite store?
I'd say about 90 percent of my clothes are from the thrift store. I just really don't see any point in spending a lot of money on clothes.
What's your favorite thrift store?
The Volunteers of America on Indianola.
What's your favorite non-thrift store?
Urban Outfitters or Anthropologie.
What are you loving right now?
I'm really into the '20s right now, so the short hair and the short skirts and the T-straps.
What about shoes?
I sell vintage shoes online on Etsy; that helps me get rid of some of them. Because I have about 78 pairs. Which is bad. I love BCBG and BCBGirls; I like Seychelles.
What inspires your style?
I do a blog, spandexpony.blogspot.com. When I'd just moved to Columbus, I wanted to scout street style, so I was taking out my camera and taking pictures of people. And even though it might not be in the same way or with the same loudness, people are always trying to do their own thing.
Skirt: actually a long-sleeve figure-skating dress from a Cincinnati thrift store. "It's a little ridiculous, but I was like, 'I'm going to find a way to make that work.'"
Tights: from Macy's. "I love colorful tights. I have them in every color. And the best way to show them off is with a short skirt."
Shoes: BCBGirls from Loehmann's in New York. "It's kind of like a TJ Maxx."
Sweater: from Volunteers of America
Earrings: a wolf design handmade by MissChicBoutique, an Etsy vendor.
Ring: from Filene's Basement. "I wear it all the time. I like jewelry that's slightly ridiculous."