Gary Holcomb's work attire defined contemporary when we spotted him at work as a sales lead at White House Black Market in Harbor East. His Rock-N-Republic pointed-toe shoes with buckle were super fashionable. He purchased them at Bloomingdale's in New York City. We soon learned that the 50-year-old Mount Vernon resident amassed a great number of garments from shopping trips in the Big Apple. His Calvin Klein slacks were purchased at the New York City Bloomingdale's. His Teno ring was also purchased in New York City. He mixed his New York pieces with other items that he found closer to home. For example, his two eye-catching bracelets were purchased at Artscape. His silver frame watch was from Urban Outfitters. His gray button-up by Merona was purchased at Target. And his black belt with silver buckle was purchased at Aldo. Start with one basic item then add on to mix and match to complete the look, he advised.
Photo by Colby Ware, Special to The Baltimore Sun
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