Glimpsed at Work: Michael Knoll

Michael Knoll has such a fun personality, it came to no surprise when he showed us his belt buckle, which was fashioned after an old-school <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORCRP010861" title="Nintendo Company Ltd." href="/topic/economy-business-finance/nintendo-company-ltd.-ORCRP010861.topic">Nintendo</a> game controller. He purchased it at Hot Topic, and it was pretty awesome. “The key to great style is being yourself in clothes,” said the 33-year-old programmer at Social Toaster. “that's what makes your comfortable.” When we spotted the Lauraville resident at work, he was also rocking a black pair of slacks from <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORSTB00005310" title="J. Crew" href="/topic/services-shopping/clothing-accessories-shoes/j.-crew-ORSTB00005310.topic">J. Crew</a>, a button-down from Oakley, and loafers from Rockport. “My sense of style is pulled together/morning madness,” he said with a laugh. “Mostly, I ask my wife.”

( Barbara Haddock Taylor, Baltimore Sun / October 25, 2012 )

Michael Knoll has such a fun personality, it came to no surprise when he showed us his belt buckle, which was fashioned after an old-school Nintendo game controller. He purchased it at Hot Topic, and it was pretty awesome. “The key to great style is being yourself in clothes,” said the 33-year-old programmer at Social Toaster. “that's what makes your comfortable.” When we spotted the Lauraville resident at work, he was also rocking a black pair of slacks from J. Crew, a button-down from Oakley, and loafers from Rockport. “My sense of style is pulled together/morning madness,” he said with a laugh. “Mostly, I ask my wife.”

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