"As a creative person, the way I dress is just another way of expressing my creativity. "
Job: Creative director at Nationwide Better Health
Neighborhood: Northwest Side
Hometown: East Columbus
Label your style: "Elegance with an edge."
What does "an edge" mean for you?
A lot of leopard print, that's kind of my "branding." A mix of textures in my outfits is what I go for, like leather and silk and fur and metallic. I figure if people have to look at me, I might as well make it worth their while.
What impression do you hope your style gives people about you?
As a creative person, the way I dress is just another way of expressing my creativity. I always like an element of unexpectedness to what I wear, but not so over-the-top that it's goofy and people are confusing me with a bag lady.
Where do you like to shop?
Nordstrom is probably my fallback when it comes to brick-and-mortar stores. I shop online a lot: Shopbop, Revolve Clothing, Gilt, Yoox, Net-a-porter, Bluefly, Zappos.
There are so many boutiques in town that I think are adorable, but their selection is so small, and I live in mortal fear that I'm going to buy something and run into someone wearing the exact same thing.
Is there anywhere in town you like to look, but not necessarily buy?
I always like to duck into Rowe.
What are your favorite products?
Smashbox Photo Finish foundation primer. Burberry Touch for Women. Alterna Caviar Rapid Repair Spray.
Sweater: J. Crew
Fur collar: Vintage
Cami: Nanette Lepore
Skirt: J. Crew
Shoes: Christian Louboutin
Necklaces: J. Crew
Jeweled bracelet: Kenneth Jay Lane
Resin bracelets: Alexis Bittar
Watch: Michael Kors
Cocktail ring: David Yurman
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