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Shailene Woodley talks Honor, thrift stores at her first fashion show

"Secret Life of the American Teenager" actress Shailene Woodley attends the Honor runway show at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in New York City. (Feb. 9, 2012) Credit: Nina Ruggiero

Shailene Woodley, star of ABC Family's "The Secret Life of the American Teenager," attended her "first fashion show ever" Thursday in a sleeveless Honor button-down cowboy print top under a simple gray cardigan and black pants with her hair tied back at the fashion label's Fall 2012 presentation.

Woodley said Honor designer Giovanna Randall is one of her favorites. "Honor is made for a strong woman," she said. "I love that she infuses masculinity into her clothing. She takes a simple design and adds a twist that's unique."

Although she looked casual, Woodley said her outfit at Honor was dressy compared to her everyday "baggy jeans and a white Hanes T-shirt."

"99.7 percent of my clothes are from thrift stores besides my shoes," she said. "You can find really great stuff at thrift stores for, like, two bucks and it's eco-friendly." 

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