Curt Decker describes himself as "a man of a certain age." But his friends know he's also a man of a certain style. "Edgy but age appropriate," is the way the Mount Vernon resident describes that style. When it came to hosting a holiday party at his house, the National Disability Rights Network executive director chose a midnight blue Armani silk shirt and a pair of Ralph Lauren tuxedo pants - both from Saks Fifth Avenue in New York City. He added black lizard cowboy boots he bought at Dan Brothers, "my favorite shoe store in the world." Decker loves to finish off a look with a cool necklace, often something silver and southwestern that he's picked up on one of his annual summer trips to Santa Fe. That includes the piece he chose that night -- a silver cross pendant designed by famed jewelry designer William Spratling in the 1930s.
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