Number of years in real estate: One.
Describe your look: I would consider my style to be pretty eclectic. I can go from preppy to trendy, girly to tomboy or conservative to bohemian. I like to dress for my mood and for wherever my day is taking me.
What do you consider a “fashion don’t”? If you are having doubts about something when you first try it on, don’t convince yourself to buy it. First impressions are very telling, so go with your gut – don’t settle for something you don’t love and that doesn’t make you look and feel your best.
What is your favorite piece of clothing and why? I have a pair of jeans that are about 15 years old and so perfectly worn that they are as soft and as comfortable as a pair of sweatpants. They are a classic cut and color, so they have been a staple in my closet despite every jean trend over the past decade.
What do you consider a must-have accessory? A great bag that is timeless, well-made and that will withstand the test of time – a piece that is just as in style today as it was 25 years ago, and will be 25 years from now.
What is a fashion crime you have committed in the past? I am only 5’1”, so I pretty much need to get everything shortened. Sometimes I am too excited to wear something before I have a chance to get it tailored, and I end up looking even shorter and about 10 pounds heavier! I wish I could say it’s a crime of the past, but I am still guilty of it every now and then. I am trying to be more patient though!
Where are your favorite places to shop? J.Crew, H&M, Shopbop and Anthropologie.
What, besides your wardrobe, completes your look? Bronzer and a manicure.
Shoes: Michael Kors
Special thanks to the GE Monogram Design Center for the use of the property for this photo shoot