Maybe it was her years as a professional model -- when she graced the pages of Seventeen Magazine, among others -- where Stacey Chrysler, 31, developed her great style. Or maybe this Syracuse, New York resident was born with it. But it's clear the All State Promotions Jagermeister supervisor has it, even when checking into her hotel for a business meeting in Baltimore. Chrysler was picture perfect at the B&O American Brasserie in a steel blue rayon jersey cap sleeved cowl neck Soprano long dress she found at T.J. Maxx. Over that, she'd added a white featherweight cotton short sleeved Charlotte Russe drapey cardigan that she'd belted with a wide brown stretch belt. Both the belt and her green-gray faux suede platform sandals came from Charlotte Russe. She bought her aviator sunglasses at Target, and her Jagermeister wristlet came courtesy her employer. Chrysler says her style is inspired by past eras, "particularly the '40s, '50s and '60s. I think it's classic and ladylike. It accentuates the best about being a woman." Her fashion passions? "I love high heel shoes and shopping outside of the box."
COLBY WARE, BALTIMORE SUN
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