Emily Price, 24, is an interior designer at the Ayers Saint Gross architectural firm. It's also clear the Fells Point resident does well when to comes to personal design. Price goes for a "more trendy" style, with an important caveat -- her clothes have to be fairly wrinkle-resistant. That's because this Fells Point resident wears one set of clothes when she bicycles to her office in Tide Point, and changes into another when she gets to work. The day we "glimpsed" her, that outfit was a cream chiffon V-neck sleeveless New York & Co. poet's shirt, a black denim Mossimo paper bag skirt with tie waist from Target and nude patent leather thong Candie's sandals from Kohl's. She bought her black bead and leather Chan Luu wrap bracelet at 310 Rosemont in Blacksburg, Va. She's had her three string and bead bangles for a while. Her turquoise and silver ring and onyx stud earrings were gifts. Her black Fossil big face watch was a Buckle purchase. "I usually wear a lot of jewelry and often plan my outfits around it." That taupe Forever 21 cross-body bag is where all those clothes and jewelry were packed on her ride to work.
Barbara Haddock Taylor, Baltimore Sun
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