Dot Rosenberg, 74, shows off her modern style at the Toast & Roast of Tom Hall, a party at the Hunt Valley Inn celebrating Hall's 30 years as music director of Baltimore Choral Arts Society. The invitation suggested guests dress for a night out on the town. So this Greenspring Valley resident put together a chic ensemble of a diagonally striped black sequin tank from Nordstrom under a white crinkle Bala Bala silk poet's shirt from Neiman Marcus and straight black silk pants from Jones & Jones. The community volunteer/philanthropist added extra pop with gold leather and cork platform Alfani sandals from Bloomingdale's, a black and crystal bangle and orange rhinestone earrings that she picked up in St. Bart's. She wears her little diamond necklace all the time. She's had her black sequined bag for years. She credits other women for her fashion education. I have an eye [for it] because I have so many daughters-in-law and a daughter. I also lived in Texas for years and learned about fashion from my girlfriends there.
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