Susan Shaw, 47, is a stay-at-home mom of three; Ryan, 3, Emma, 13, and Kiki, 12. Most of the time, this Roland Park resident can be found wearing T-shirts and jeans, but when she stepped out with girlfriends for the Art of Giving Fashion Show at Renaissance Fine Arts and Radcliffe Jewelers, Shaw was in her "classic" mode: a white blouse from the Anne Fontaine store in Santa Monica, California, and skinny Citizens of Humanity jeans and black riding boots from Nordstrom. Her finishing touches included a long doubled necklace of gray and white pearls on gold chain that she's had for a long time, a "Tory Burch" quilted black tote - "It's a fake. I got it at a home show." - a black leather and gold chain belt her husband bought for her at L'Apparenza, gold hoop earrings and a gold Michael Kors watch from Nordstrom. Shaw says she goes for quality pieces that won't go out of style, "that I can wear forever...I love comfortable clothes that look really good. That's why I love Anne Fontaine."
Colby Ware. For The Baltimore Sun
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