I spotted several stylistas at the Maryland Historical Society book-signing and exhibition by Alexandra Deutsch: “Woman of Two Worlds: Elizabeth Patterson Bonaparte and Her Quest for an Imperial Legacy”…starting Alexandra Deutsch, curator and author, wearing a 1970s vintage dress with Lurex thread, vintage belt and shoes.
Rebecca Myers, jewelry designer – who’s about to open jewelry shop in Cross Keys – sporting an orange top by POL from Wrabyn in West Annapolis, pants by Max Mara from New York, and shoes by Stuart Weitzman
Kendra Parlock, from the Mt. Royal Improvement Association (left), in a Banana Republic black dress with a leopard print cardigan and Pegasus necklace from Stella & Dot, and Dahlia Woody, IT professional, in a black marled coat by Nanette Lepore from Redeux in Roland Park, an orange Pencil Skirt by J. Crew and tortoiseshell-frame glasses by pLAtOy
Who says neutrals need to look neutral?
Barbara Meger, a seamstress with Classic Creations, showing off a red felt jacket of her own design with hand-stitched smocking and rosette
Spotted walking down St. Paul Street on their way to the courthouse to get married!
Danielle Koceski, a JHMI nurse (voted Best Of by BMag in 2016) in a wedding gown by Alfred Angelo, escorted by her soon-to-be hubby, Patrick Hain, Annie E. Casey Foundation program associate.
…and a sunflower bouquet for their sunny wedding day…
As we head into chillier weather, I put together a fringed skirt by Christopher Kane, a top by Jane Norman, Cole Haan shoes, gold zebra cuff by Évocateur, and vintage gold earrings from Italy