Glimpsed at Work: Tiffani Currin

July 11, 2010|By Sloane Brown, Special to The Baltimore Sun

Tiffani Currin loves fashion but has to watch how much she expresses herself in one job, that as an M&T bank teller. But the day we glimpsed the 25-year-old Northwest Baltimore resident, she was on her lunch break from her second job as a nail technician at Spa Sante in Harbor East. That meant a much more expressive look in her "chic, fitted" style. Currin wore a pastel floral cotton blazer from Forever 21 over a ribbed cotton tank from Nordstrom. Her dark-wash boot cut jeans came from Ann Taylor Loft, and her bronze metallic wedge Rouge sandals were Macy's finds. She found her '80s style rhinestone earrings at Forever 21. Her sunglasses came from Nine West, and she's had her brown snakeskin print slouch tote for awhile. Her flowered headband is her own creation. She took a light peach silk flower that came on a dress of hers, and pinned it onto a navy and white polka dot headband from a beauty supply store. One of Currin's fashion secrets: "Get dressed, walk around the house two times, and always go back and look in the mirror again to make sure everything goes together."

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