Photo by Colby Ware, Special to the Baltimore Sun
July 10, 2010
Roxanne Umphery likes to go for a "classic, stately" look. That was certainly the case when the 47-year-old federal government employee attended the Wynton Marsalis concert benefiting Living Classrooms Foundation at Meyerhoff Symphony Hall. The Catonsville resident set off her gray sleeveless Express sheath with a silver necklace she found at Honfest, and a pair of longtime favorite double hoop earrings. Her gray and cream snakeskin-print leather Wild Rose platform sandals came from a shop in New York City. And that eye-catching evening bag? Another longtime favorite -- a little silver leather Guess pouch embellished with chains and dangling crystals. Her watch is a trademark of hers. "It's a Roxy, like my name. So, I have a whole lot of Roxys. It's the only watch I wear." 7/8/10 -- BALTIMORE, MD. -- Roxanne Umphrey, glimpsed at the Wynton Marsalis pre-concert reception.
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