Glimpsed at the Lewis Museum: Bridget Lyday

When it comes to her personal style, Bridget Lyday, 44, describes it as "classic with an up-to-date flair." We "glimpsed" the Columbia resident on the job as a senior accountant at the Reginald E. Lewis Museum in a bronze beaded and sequined black microfiber tank, a pair of skinny black jeans and a cropped black jacket, a work must-have. "With a jacket, you don't look as though you just threw on jeans to go to work." She finished off the look with a pair of black gladiator sandals. She didn't even realize that when she put her outfit together, all the pieces were the same brand, from the same place: Mossimo at Target. Her gold oval hoop earrings are longtime wardrobe staples. Her diamond studs, "I got from my ex." That's also who gave her the diamond ring. "I wear it on the wrong finger because I married the wrong man," she says with a chuckle. Her gold and diamond key pendant was her mother's. She purchased her black leather bag at the Coach outlet.
Photo by Colby Ware, Special to The Baltimore Sun
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