Melody McKinley, 41, was her usual "tomboy chic," as she met up with friends at the Station North Arts District's Final Final Friday event at Load of Fun Gallery. The U.K. Construction project manager combined a soft ivory flutter sleeve tunic from the Michael Kors store with skinny jeans from Levi's with an edgy dark brown faux leather motocross-style jacket she picked up at Ross. The downtown Baltimore resident added finishing touches with tan wedge buckle boots from Aldo and a chocolate tweed fedora she found at Burlington Coat Factory -- part of her extensive hat collection. When McKinley puts an outfit together, she aims for a certain sensation. "It doesn't have to match. I put pieces together so I feel good. It's comfort with a little bit of cool."
Karl Merton Ferron, Baltimore Sun
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