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Independents Bowl: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

Three (ok FOUR) signs of a good scenester bowling party: flannel, cleavage, tweeting, and an assortment of Pabst Blue Ribbon accessories
Photo by Maria Vassett
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For its annual

Independents Bowl, Local First Arizona

invited a motley crew of friends to hit the lanes over the weekend, and like any good charity event full of Phoenix scenesters, the fashion ranged from oddly flattering to bizarrely revealing.

We stopped by Let It Roll Bowl (formerly Sunset Bowl) to check out the skills and the outfits and we took a few photos and notes.

Above's the Good (just look at them!), the Bad and Ugly are after the jump, and a full rundown of the event, slideshow included, is right here.

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