Glimpsed at the Bar Association's Young Lawyers holiday party: Tierra Gregory

Tierra Gregory, 30, had more to celebrate at the National Aquarium party thrown by the Bar Association of Baltimore City's Young Lawyers Division than just the holidays. The Catonsville resident was days away from being sworn in as one of those young lawyers herself and was hoping the party might provide some good employment leads. At work as a law clerk for Baltimore City Circuit Court Judge Lynn K. Stewart, Gregory had worn round-toe pumps and a tweed blazer. For the party, she switched her shoes to some fab black suede Aldo pumps that featured patent leather tips and silver stiletto heels, and took off the blazer to reveal a black shift dress with flutter sleeves that she found at the BCBG outlet store. She rounded out her style -- "classic with a little edge," she said -- with mixed metal earrings, stacked bracelets and off-black sheer hose.

( Colby Ware, Photo for The Baltimore Sun / December 6, 2012 )

Tierra Gregory, 30, had more to celebrate at the National Aquarium party thrown by the Bar Association of Baltimore City's Young Lawyers Division than just the holidays. The Catonsville resident was days away from being sworn in as one of those young lawyers herself and was hoping the party might provide some good employment leads. At work as a law clerk for Baltimore City Circuit Court Judge Lynn K. Stewart, Gregory had worn round-toe pumps and a tweed blazer. For the party, she switched her shoes to some fab black suede Aldo pumps that featured patent leather tips and silver stiletto heels, and took off the blazer to reveal a black shift dress with flutter sleeves that she found at the BCBG outlet store. She rounded out her style -- "classic with a little edge," she said -- with mixed metal earrings, stacked bracelets and off-black sheer hose.

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