Lisa Bragg turned to her 3-year-old son for inspiration for her ensemble for the first Wine & Stein Fundraiser.
“I wanted to have a classic look with a pop of pattern,” the 32-year-old Perry Hall resident says. “That’s where the shoes came in. That made it fun.”
Bragg says she often turns to her oldest son, 3-year-old Trey, for advice. “He picks out my shoes,” she says with a laugh. “The 1-year-old is always putting them on. We have a walk-in closet and they love playing in it. No toy box required.”
Bragg typically has a conservative sense of style.
“I’m more Kate Spade and J. Crew,” she says. “Being a mom, I like to remain trendy. I follow the fashion blogs trying to stay on top of the trends. I’m in a house full of boys. Fashion is my thing.”
Bragg, who is an audiologist at Clarity Audiology & Hearing Solutions in Ellicott City, says that she attended the event because it is a great cause.
“I’m here to help people who can’t afford hearing aids,” she says. “This gives them the hearing aids that they need.”
Her ensemble: An off-the-shoulder black jumpsuit from Banana Republic. Leopard-print chunky heels by Sam Edelman, which she just purchased at Nordstrom. Michael Kors sparkling silver watch that she’s had “for a while”; multistrand necklace from Loft and a diamond pendant necklace from Smyth that she received as a wedding gift from her husband, Bruce; cocktail ring by David Yurman; oversized sparkling studs from Banana Republic.