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Thrifty Threads contains a variety of men’s, women’s and children’s clothing. Store workers sorted pieces by category and color, allowing for a convenient shopping experience.

Thrifty Threads (Off the Rack)

Wendy Zhu February 5, 2021

Earlier this winter, I visited Thrifty Threads, a local thrift store in Indianapolis. It’s about a 15-minute drive from CHS, nestled between a Donato’s and Half-Price Books. What sets this store apart...

Senior Elizabeth Kneifel creates, sells custom clothing

Senior Elizabeth Kneifel creates, sells custom clothing

Christian Ledbetter August 13, 2020

What led you to start selling your butterfly sweatshirts?  I saw that specifically the butterfly sweatshirts I sell are really popular but (the originals are) really expensive. Most people don’t...

Fitting In: For some students, clothing sizes are a struggle to find, understand

Fitting In: For some students, clothing sizes are a struggle to find, understand

For some CHS students, clothing sizes are a struggle to find and understand.
Gillian Paxton February 23, 2017

For senior Sarah Biette, shopping for clothing is a difficult experience. But unlike some of her fellow students, her problem is not the rapidly changing trends but rather something far more difficult...

Timberland's transformation

Timberland’s transformation

Contributor September 26, 2014

For ages, Timberland has been associated with rugged, well-worn workwear. It’s iconic steel toed boots have saved many a hapless foot in their time. That’s not to say they’ve departed from that aesthetic...

New season, same Supreme

New season, same Supreme

Contributor February 20, 2014

Before I go into this article, I must make a disclaimer. I think Supreme is a pretty cool brand. Sometimes. Peppered in every season, there happens to be some strokes of genius. Take their collaborations...

Reflections on Visvim fall/winter 2014

Reflections on Visvim fall/winter 2014

Contributor February 11, 2014

Viewing Visvim's most recent collection, I was admittedly hard pressed not to blow my life savings on obscure Japanese clothing.   This Japanese streetwear brand has recently been mercilessly...

Dress to Impress: Despite trend of casual style, some students choose to wear professional clothing

feature May 21, 2009

By Amanda Nguyen <[email protected]> Juniors Reid Watson and Elizabeth “Betsy” Fuson defy what they say is a growing trend of going casual; on the contrary, Watson and Fuson dress to impress. “People...

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