Bryna Ashley, 24, is not a girly-girl. "I like the punk '90s look with a hint of feminity," says the Seton Hill resident. That means clean lines, neutral colors with some trendy touches and a bit of an edge, as in the outfit she wore out to dinner with friends at RA Sushi. The accreditation assistant for the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology sported navy tuxedo-style Jonathan Saunders leggings from Target topped by a white woven linen BDG tunic from Urban Outfitters and a black faux leather and sweatshirt material Bisou Bisou hoodie from JC Penney. Her peep-toe oxfords were also from Target. Her black leather Bill Blass drawstring tote was a find at Gabriel Brothers. And she bought her vintage paisley shaped rhinestone clip earrings at Avenue Antiques in Hampden. "That's my favorite place for jewelry, even though I don't wear much." Her fashion secret? "It's all about making it look effortless."
Colby Ware, Special to The Baltimore Sun
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