You could say there's a dress code for events for The Red Devils, a non-profit organization that supports patients and families living with breast cancer: Wear red. So, that's what Sande Morstein, 57, did at the "Paint The Town Red" party at Linwood's Restaurant, in her "edgy conservative" style. The co-owner of Regi's American Bistro sported a red stretch knit Calvin Klein sweater dress she'd found in New York City, with black leather over-the-knee Guess boots from Bloomingdale's. The Pikesville resident picked up her deep red patent leather tote at a Louis Vuitton store in Italy. Her three beaded bracelets were purchased at White House/Black Market, her silver and pearl drop earrings at Nordstrom, and her Raymond Weil bracelet watch at Radcliffe Jewelers. Morstein admits she likes a fitted look. "I work out too hard to wear maternity [looking fashion]."
Gene Sweeney Jr., Baltimore Sun