Colby Ware. For The Baltimore Sun
September 21, 2012
When Jodi Lare, 45, came to Pikesville's Renaissance Fine Arts and Radcliffe Jewelers for the Art of Giving fashion show, she modeled her own "bohemian chic" style. The Watermont Pharmacy pharmacist sported a ruched white Anthropologie T-shirt with skinny J Brand jeans from Jean Pool, over which she'd popped an animal print pony hair J. Crew Collection blazer she'd gotten online. "I love, love, love animal prints." The Stevenson resident further popped her outfit with hot pink chiffon Fendi wedges that she found at Barneys New York and a teal baguette handbag from the Louis Vuitton store. Her Gucci sunglasses came from Bowers & Snyder, and her Tiffany peace sign necklace was a gift from her husband. In addition for being gaga over anything in any kind of animal print, Shaw says she's also nuts about fringe. "I have a bunch of fringe bags, which is ridiculous, she says, but I love them."