Terry Reamer has two big passions: music and Colorado. And her clothing style reflects that. The 58-year-old Prudential PenFed real estate agent's biggest love took center stage in the edgy outfit she wore to "Play It Forward," a fundraiser for the Nikki Perlow Foundation. "Anyone who knows me knows that music is my No. 1 passion. Classic rock and [the] blues ... Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, the Doors, Pink Floyd, the Who. We go to a lot of concerts. We planned a trip to London last year around an Eric Clapton concert. ... In our house, we have music artwork," says the Canton resident. A favorite locale also influences Reamer's style choices. "I'm a skier. I like Colorado. That's why I've always liked Western [style]," she says. " I wear jeans a lot. I wear Western stuff a lot. I wear cowboy boots a lot in the winter. ... We were recently in [Las] Vegas. There was a mall there, and I zoomed right into a Western store there and bought a really cute fringe bag." HER STYLE: "Casual rocker or Western. Rocker chic tonight." HER ENSEMBLE: Michael Kors black cold shoulder jersey top with chain accent on shoulders and Jill Stuart black leather cross-body bag with black patent leather trim and chain fringe from the now-defunct Loehmann's. True Religion skinny jeans from Nordstrom. MIA black lace-up wedges from DSW she's had for three years. Diamond pendant she had made from an old ring. Alex and Ani bangles from Nordstrom. Cartier-style bangle from Cupcake Boutique. Michele watch from Radcliffe Jewelers. WHAT SHE LIVES IN: "I love studded pieces, leather and some fringes, leather jackets and biker jackets. The only pattern I like is a little animal print." WHAT SHE WOULDN'T BE CAUGHT DEAD IN: "High-waisted pants or high-waisted anything. They look good on some people, but I'm not one of them. ... A lot of prints or solid red. I don't look good in red. I wouldn't be caught dead in a bright red dress. I don't wear red nail polish. It's too bright for me." WHAT SHE HOPES HER CLOTHES SAY ABOUT HER: "When I think about that I'm almost 60, I think I don't want to ever look 60. Do you have to dress different when you're 60? I don't want to. I'm not going to. I like to dress to feel young and fun. Because I do feel young. And I want to dress the way I feel."
Photo by Matthew Paul Dagostino, for The Baltimore Sun