When Alyson Cammann is at work as a Fallston High School math teacher and soccer coach, the 29-year-old Canton resident has one look. When, she's on her own time -- like at the Canton Wine & Jazz Festival -- it's another. "In school, it's professional. Out of school, it's fun." When we "glimpsed" Cammann, she was definitely in "fun" mode in an olive, fuchsia, aqua, white and orange print sundress from Target, a silver disc and fuchsia acrylic disc pendant from Cloud 9 Clothing, and metallic olive gladiator Zigi Soho wedge sandals from Nordstrom. Her faux Coach wristlet was a gift. "My mom said it looked so real, she had to get it for me." She found her gold aviator sunglasses at a kiosk in White Marsh Mall. Her wooden bead bracelets and silver hoops are longtime wardrobe residents. "These are my go-to earrings when I'm wearing a big necklace. [That's when] I don't want to wear big earrings." Cammann can't really define her style. "It's anything I like." But, she does have a couple of guidelines. "Being tall, I love dresses because I always have problems finding pants that are long enough. And I don't like things to match. I like it when they complement each other."
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