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Disco Leaf Vintage's Kimberly Kay Spotted in Sequins Outside the Ogden

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Fashion can be mysterious...and intriguing. This week we spotted a striking night look sported by Kimberly Kay, owner of the online shop Disco Leaf Vintage. For a concert at the Ogden, she was wearing a silver sequined cardigan. Kay says she loves finding and selling vintage treasures; her favorite materials include sequins, leather, alpaca, embroidery, denim, fringe, lace, velvet and zany prints.
And that's about all Kay wanted to say. We normally ask the folks we spot for Street Style seven fashion questions, but since we loved her outfit as well as her shop on Etsy, Disco Leaf Vintage, we decided to let Kay stay mysterious. Besides, her black hat, skinny jeans and boots made their own statement, contrasting nicely with her white tank top and allowing her vintage cardigan to shine. 
Always intrigue with your fashion, Denver. 

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