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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