Stephanie Bradshaw Styling intern Jake Nevins had no problem standing out in an office filled with fashionable women. We expected nothing less from someone who described their sense of style as: polished, refined, on-trend, and loud. Nevins turned to hot-named designers to help his ensemble stand out. It started with the fantastic blue paisley pants by Zara, which he purchased online. He went to Barney's in New York City for his tassel-adorned suede loafers by Alexander McQueen. His John Varvatos button-down white shirt-purchased at Scoop in New York City--was necessary to showcase the pants. His ring-a golden winged creature-from Topshop in New York City was a head turner. His black belt with gold buckle from Dolce and Gabbana was classic. Great style means dressing in a way that makes you feel confidence, fabulous and ambitious, the Pikesville resident said.
Photo by Colby Ware, Special to The Baltimore Sun