Glimpsed at Art of Giving: Kathleen Jensen

Kathleen Jensen, 42, enjoys a personal style that's "boho chic." The Contemporary Museum corporate development director did her style proud at Renaissance Fine Arts, where she was attending the Ruth Shaw fashion show, Art of Giving, which benefited <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="OREDU0000517" title="Baltimore School for the Arts" href="/topic/education/schools/high-schools/baltimore-school-for-the-arts-OREDU0000517.topic">Baltimore School for the Arts</a> and <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLCUL000169" title="Kennedy Krieger Institute" href="/topic/health/healthcare/kennedy-krieger-institute-PLCUL000169.topic">Kennedy Krieger Institute</a>. The Lutherville resident wore an earth-tone medallion-patterned silk Hello Miss shift from Uptown Cheapskate with gray-brown flat Frye boots from Nordstrom. On her wrist was her collection of vintage ivory and enamel bangles combined with some gold bangles. Her gold beaded chandelier earrings are another wardrobe staple. She bought her studded brown leather Junior Drake clutch at Matava Shoes, and her orange pashmina from a New York City street vendor. Her black Toy watch was a gift. One of her fashion guidelines? "I like to have something no one else has, a statement piece like my bangles, or a great bag. And I like to look the best I can for the least amount of money."

( Algerina Perna, Baltimore Sun / October 4, 2011 )

Kathleen Jensen, 42, enjoys a personal style that's "boho chic." The Contemporary Museum corporate development director did her style proud at Renaissance Fine Arts, where she was attending the Ruth Shaw fashion show, Art of Giving, which benefited Baltimore School for the Arts and Kennedy Krieger Institute. The Lutherville resident wore an earth-tone medallion-patterned silk Hello Miss shift from Uptown Cheapskate with gray-brown flat Frye boots from Nordstrom. On her wrist was her collection of vintage ivory and enamel bangles combined with some gold bangles. Her gold beaded chandelier earrings are another wardrobe staple. She bought her studded brown leather Junior Drake clutch at Matava Shoes, and her orange pashmina from a New York City street vendor. Her black Toy watch was a gift. One of her fashion guidelines? "I like to have something no one else has, a statement piece like my bangles, or a great bag. And I like to look the best I can for the least amount of money."

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