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Sandy Andry, Realtor, RE/MAX Town and Country, Fox Valley

by Chicago Agent

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Sandy Andry is a Realtor with RE/MAX Town and Country in Fox Valley

Number of years in real estate: 18.

Describe your look:  My look is classic, crisp and polished. 

What do you consider a “fashion don’t”? Wearing pantyhose or socks in the summer. It’s warm! Let those toes breathe in sandals or open-toed shoes – neither of which should be worn with socks or hose!

What is your favorite piece of clothing and why? My CJ by Cookie Johnson jeans. They are so comfortable. I have two skinny pairs in different lengths, cropped and long. They are more comfortable than sweatpants, and look put together and stylish. They fit perfectly.

What do you consider a must-have accessory? My must-have accessory is my Brighton “twister.” It’s a zippered phone holder with slots for my business cards and my SentriLock card. I attach my car keys to it when I’m showing houses and know I have everything I need when I’m getting in and out of the car.

What is a fashion crime you have committed in the past? I really love the change of seasons and wore those awful holiday sweaters back in the day. My daughter still reminds me of it.

Where are your favorite places to shop? I do a lot of online shopping and really love Ann Taylor, The Gap, Chico’s and Banana Republic. I don’t believe I need expensive designer brands to look good.

What, besides your wardrobe, competes your look? I love shoes, so it would have to be my high heels! Selling real estate requires lots of time on the phone and in front of my computer. That’s plenty of time to be barefoot until I need to slip on my high heels (I’m only five feet tall) to meet with a client. Ann Taylor has a beautiful selection of classic, high-heeled, comfortable shoes.

Dress: Ann Taylor

Bag: Brahmin

Shoes: Madden Girl

Jewelry: Brighton

Watch: Brighton

Special thanks to the Herrington Inn for the Use of their property For this photo shoot

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