Glimpsed at Work: Sharon Olah

Sharon Olah, 47, likes a look that can transition from her work as an administrative assistant at PNC Bank to an evening out. "I try not to be office stuffy, but fashionable-professional," says the Abingdon resident. We thought she succeeded when we "glimpsed" her at work in downtown Baltimore. Olah wore a black and white animal print knit Nine West sheath from Marshalls to which she'd added a multi-strand silver, crystal bead and chain necklace from <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORCRP008740" title="Kohl's Illinois, Inc." href="/topic/economy-business-finance/consumer-goods-industries/kohls-illinois-inc.-ORCRP008740.topic">Kohl's</a>, black almond toe Enzo Angiolini pumps from <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORCRP000017399" title="Macy's, Inc." href="/topic/economy-business-finance/consumer-goods-industries/clothing-textiles-industry/macys-inc.-ORCRP000017399.topic">Macy's</a> and a black leather tote from Marshalls. Olah says she likes "something that makes a bit of a statement without being weird. But, I hate it when something doesn't match."

( Lloyd Fox, Baltimore Sun / November 10, 2010 )

Sharon Olah, 47, likes a look that can transition from her work as an administrative assistant at PNC Bank to an evening out. "I try not to be office stuffy, but fashionable-professional," says the Abingdon resident. We thought she succeeded when we "glimpsed" her at work in downtown Baltimore. Olah wore a black and white animal print knit Nine West sheath from Marshalls to which she'd added a multi-strand silver, crystal bead and chain necklace from Kohl's, black almond toe Enzo Angiolini pumps from Macy's and a black leather tote from Marshalls. Olah says she likes "something that makes a bit of a statement without being weird. But, I hate it when something doesn't match."

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