Street Style: Fall Flair

By Sascha Wolhandler

Fall season is in full swing. Fancy galas, art openings and festivals provide fertile ground for the intrepid fashionista.  At two different art openings this season, one at the Blue Door Gallery on Cathedral Street and one at MICA, fashion folk flexed their well-toned “moda” muscles.  Brilliant colors (including a little fluorescence), color flashes against black and white backdrops, and sequins all get their due. Footgear makes strong fashion statements, while vintage shops are being sourced for precious one-of-a-kinds. Put it all together, we get a divine harmony of aesthetics as we leave Indian summer and march into fall.

The green here goes beyond this fab jumpsuit (I’m green with envy!)…
…and she kicks up the outfit more than a notch with these hot fringy stilettos!
(Snapped on Aliceanna Street)
A chromatic blaze of color…
…a picture perfect hat and vintage bag show her superb style.
(Snapped on Cathedral Street)
Audrey Hepburn said, there’s a shade of red for everyone. Serena clearly knows hers. (& note the cool vintage tortoise shell bag!)
(Snapped on Cathedral Street)
“It’s a wrap!” applies to more than business for super-casting agent Pat Moran and her neon yellow shawl.
(Snapped on Cathedral Street)

Ava takes a walk on the wild side in this vintage dress.
(Snapped at Gallery Blue Door, Cathedral Street)
Artist Amanda Johnson is good as gold in this vintage Chinese silk jacket.
Amanda shines from head to toe!
(Snapped at Gallery Blue Door, Cathedral Street)
Rainbow raincoat.
(Snapped at Gallery Blue Door, Cathedral Street)
Dapper Vernon brings a bit of Brit to Baltimore.
(Snapped on Cathedral Street)
Badass fash!…

…She proves Bette Midler’s point…
“With the right footwear, you can rule the world!”
(Snapped at Blue Gallery, Cathedral Street)
Chic, sleek and elegant Yana…clutching the perfect accessory.
(Snapped on Bond Street)
It’s a sequin moment, sparkle on!
(Snapped on Bond Street)
Floral classic set against contemporary graphic.
(Snapped at Maryland Institute College of Art)

And that’s how we roll in Baltimore, folks. That’s how we roll!

Sloane Brown

Baltimore's longtime fashion and social scene reporter, Sloane is the founder/managing editor of Baltimore Snap.