Glimpsed at Work: Elisa Watson

Elisa Watson's "artsy and eclectic" style fits right in at the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, where she works as the graphic designer and art director. When we "glimpsed" the 28-year-old Patterson Park resident at her Meyerhoff Symphony Hall office, she was wearing a goldenrod tunic with ruffle detail from Banana Republic, navy and white linen flair pants by Joe's Jeans -- which she picked up in a boutique in Florida -- an oatmeal crocheted Free People shrug from a Philadelphia boutique and white piped navy patent leather Mia T-strap pumps from Nordstrom. She accessorized with a tan leather trimmed navy microfiber handbag from the Kate Spade outlet, little gold disc and crystal earrings that were a gift, a Skaagen watch that was also a gift and a peach enamel gold ring. "This is one of my staples. It's from the 1930s, and I found it in an antique shop." Combining old and new is one of Watson's fashion passions. "I like antique and vintage accessories and clothes. I don't do antique shoes. Killer Trash in Fells Point is one of my favorite stores."
Barbara Haddock Taylor, Baltimore Sun
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