Debbie Ailiff, 42, ramped up her riding boots with what she dubs her "vintage-inspired" style when she came to the Legacy Chase at Shawan Downs. The president of Procare Ambulance of Maryland sported a multi-color print faux wrap Merona top and skinny brown belt -- both from Target -- with skinny dark brown Tahari pants she found at Marshalls, which is also where she bought her brown Franco Sarto riding boots. Her brown Mossimo shoulder bag was another Target purchase. The Davidsonville resident bought her silver wire chandelier earrings at a street festival in 1987. "I've had them since my freshman year [in college], she says. "I have 5 kids, so I tend not to spend a lot of money on my clothes. But, I did try to dress a little [today] for the theme." And if money were no object, what would she splurge on? "I would buy the most expensive soft brown leather biker jacket that money could buy, she says. I'm still on the hunt for a bargain one."
Colby Ware, For The Baltimore Sun
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