Pam Nesbitt, 43, loves a style that's "classic with a little touch of elegance." That style was a perfect fit for the "nightclub chic" dress code at Baltimore Choral Arts Society's "A Ruby Cabaret." The veterinarian at the Essex Middle River Veterinary Center brought a bit of "Breakfast at Tiffany's" to the Grand Lodge in Hunt Valley in a ruched black jersey David Meister sheath from Nordstrom, silver glitter Stuart Weitzman strappy platform sandals from Saks Fifth Avenue, a black clutch from the Hermes store in New York City, a diamond heart pendant that was a gift from her husband and a small Cartier tank watch from Neiman Marcus. The Towson resident loves accessories like shoes and Hermes scarves, and often builds an outfit around that. But she also believes "less in more." Anybody hear the strains of "Moon River" in the background?
COLBY WARE, BALTIMORE SUN
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