Glimpsed at Nick's Fish House: Shirley Zellars

Shirley Zellars, 48, is a case manager for the Women's Housing Coalition. Normally, the East Baltimore resident goes for a style that's "modern classic." But for the non-profit's Caribbean-themed "Celebration 2012," Zellars decided to have some fun with her fashion with a purple cotton jersey Spirited drapey cardigan over an Anthony raspberry graphic swing tunic and black leggings -- all from <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORCRP000017491" title="Home Shopping Network (tv network)" href="/topic/economy-business-finance/media-industry/television-industry/home-shopping-network-%28tv-network%29-ORCRP000017491.topic">Home Shopping Network</a>. She says she does most of her shopping on TV, as further evidenced by her small silver hoops with crystal ball drops from <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORCRP000017518" title="QVC (tv network)" href="/topic/economy-business-finance/media-industry/television-industry/qvc-%28tv-network%29-ORCRP000017518.topic">QVC</a> and her lavender patent leather Invicta watch from ShopNBC. Her black patent-leather T-strap cork wedge sandals came from her sister, and the faux flower in her hair was borrowed from a friend. "I wasn't feeling it, but she [made me] wear it. She said it matched."

( Photo by Colby Ware, Special to The Baltimore Sun / May 14, 2012 )

Shirley Zellars, 48, is a case manager for the Women's Housing Coalition. Normally, the East Baltimore resident goes for a style that's "modern classic." But for the non-profit's Caribbean-themed "Celebration 2012," Zellars decided to have some fun with her fashion with a purple cotton jersey Spirited drapey cardigan over an Anthony raspberry graphic swing tunic and black leggings -- all from Home Shopping Network. She says she does most of her shopping on TV, as further evidenced by her small silver hoops with crystal ball drops from QVC and her lavender patent leather Invicta watch from ShopNBC. Her black patent-leather T-strap cork wedge sandals came from her sister, and the faux flower in her hair was borrowed from a friend. "I wasn't feeling it, but she [made me] wear it. She said it matched."

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