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What Happens When We Invade A Cult-Fave Shop

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    Get ready, friends — we've taken our sartorial passion to the streets...literally. In our new Street Hunter series, we've made it our mission to scope out the very best finds from the best boutiques — so you can shop 'em as soon as we find 'em. And because we've never been afraid of a little pavement-pounding, we're doing it all the old-fashioned way: on foot and in person.

    This week, we had our sights set on cult-followed In God We Trust's Greenpoint location. We're huge fans of the store's vintage vibe, and the selection always leaves us with a serious covet list. So, we came. We shopped. And we conquered. Lucky for us, owner and designer Shana Tabor stopped in while we were ransacking shopping, so we made sure to get the inside scoop on all of our finds — just click into a product to get the story.

    Ready to get in on the goods? Click through for our 12 favorite pieces from IGWT. We hope you love them as much as we do.

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