J.D. Beam, 53, didn't think he had a style. But, we thought the Blueridge Bank banker looked cool and summer chic at Twilight on the Terrace at Gertrude's Restaurant at the Baltimore Museum of Art benefiting The GLCCB: The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Community Center of Baltimore and Central Maryland. He sported a white-on-white polka-dot long-sleeve Guess shirt from JC Penney under a baby blue, gray and white striped seersucker Kroom sports jacket from Nordstrom Rack and white straight cut chinos that he purchased on a recent trip to Bermuda, where he also picked up his turquoise socks. The Towson resident added a reversible Nordstrom black and white belt, a Movado watch and square-toe Madden half boots. He says he generally dresses very conservatively at work. On his own time, he's generally monochromatic in his ensembles, with lots of texture.
Colby Ware, For the Baltimore Sun
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