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Tuesday, August 16, 2011

The Best of BART Rally Fashion

Posted By on Tue, Aug 16, 2011 at 10:25 AM

SF Weekly went to check out the BART protest yesterday, and while the number of demonstrators was meager, the few who did show certainly put some effort into playing the part with their protest gear.

Check out the best of yesterday's protest wear:

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Inspired by V for Vendetta, these Guy Fawkes masks are the trademark of hacker group Anonymous, which organized the rally. Not that we're fashion divas, but we're particularly fond of the red-and-black combination.


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San Franciscans have grown fond the mustache-look with Mayor Ed Lee in office -- but this guyhas a bow tie and a detached phone to boot. What was even more awesome was that he walked around saying, "Can you hear me now? Can you hear me now?" as a way to protest BART's cellphone service blackout last week.

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Red from head to toe! Check out the matching red lipstick and shoelaces that girl is rocking.

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To get noticed, wear your cause on your chest.

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