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Dirty Looks 

A quick look at Atlanta's fashion sense

Black Hat: $25 at Marshall's. But he's not an outlaw. "I look for a hat that complements my hair."

Rings: "I've got a Celtic friendship ring and a two of these rings that move." He then demonstrates how they spin on his finger. "I got [this one] on the street in Athens from a guy named Harry."

Jeans: "Calvin Klein. $50. From the Calvin Klein store in New York."

Shoes: found at Florsheim. "I wore this outfit, with boots instead of shoes, to [J.A.] Dobbins Middle School where my girlfriend works. Some of the kids thought that I was Travis Tritt. 'Why is Miss B. kissing Travis Tritt,' they asked." Suede Jacket: on sale at Burlington Coat Factory; $100. "From a polyester cow! I got it a couple weeks ago and have gotten about 10 compliments on it. Some people just come up and touch it."

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