Lesly Bell, 49, arrived at The Hill for a "Night to Fight Cancer" in her trademark "preppy with an edge" style. For the Foundation for Women's Cancer benefit, the LAB Marketing owner wore a crisp white Theory button-down shirt from Nordstrom with an orange, purple and fuchsia metallic print D&G pencil skirt from Neiman Marcus and black platform square-toe Gucci stilettos from Saks Fifth Avenue. Her gold chain and charm and black bead long necklaces come from a Miami jewelry designer. Her Tag Heuer watch was a gift. And the vintage black patent leather bag? "It was my mother's, from the '60s." The Annapolis resident knows her fashion parameters. "I'm very petite. So I typically wear fitted clothes, not draped or flowing because I'd look like a dwarf," she says with a laugh.
Gene Sweeney Jr., Baltimore Sun