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By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,Special to The Baltimore Sun | June 7, 2009
Macon Hardy enjoys fashion, but don't call this business development representative for ETI Professionals Inc. trendy. "Having timeless pieces and looking put-together is important to me. I don't like clothes that will be out of style next season. If you think you're going to look silly in it next year, then don't buy it," says the 23-year-old Federal Hill resident. When we "glimpsed" Hardy at Cinghiale in Inner Harbor East, she looked every one of her "5 feet 9 inches and some change" in her "conservative and classy" style.
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By Jill Rosen and Jill Rosen,jill.rosen@baltsun.com | September 6, 2009
To take the word of the runway, or the fashion glossies, this fall we'll all be wearing explosions of high-voltage neon, shoulder pads big enough to give Talking Heads-era David Byrne a run for his money and enough hard-core leather to earn approving looks from Hells Angels. Really? Not so much. The racks at the area's more fashion-forward boutiques will certainly be full of '80s-inspired looks, but somewhere on the route between New York and Baltimore, things softened and became more reasonable, with most trends hinting at, but stopping short of, a full-blown John Hughes movie wardrobe.
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By Elsa Klensch and Elsa Klensch,Los Angeles Times Syndicate | January 16, 1997
I am a successful lawyer married to a man 15 years older. I am big-boned, in my late 40s, and because of my size I have always felt comfortable wearing dark colors, particularly black. Dark colors were also practical for the big-city life we lived.Now my husband has retired, and we are moving to Miami. Since I will still be working, I am concerned about my dark clothes. I will never wear pastels, and I cringe at the thought of beige.I know I have to buy a lighter wardrobe. Where do I start?
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By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,Special to The Baltimore Sun | June 7, 2009
Macon Hardy enjoys fashion, but don't call this business development representative for ETI Professionals Inc. trendy. "Having timeless pieces and looking put-together is important to me. I don't like clothes that will be out of style next season. If you think you're going to look silly in it next year, then don't buy it," says the 23-year-old Federal Hill resident. When we "glimpsed" Hardy at Cinghiale in Inner Harbor East, she looked every one of her "5 feet 9 inches and some change" in her "conservative and classy" style.
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By SLOANE BROWN and SLOANE BROWN,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 9, 2008
A night out on the town is always a good reason to get dressed up. Unless you're Dr. Michele Henley. She doesn't need an excuse to gussy up because she does it almost every day. Too bad many of her patients don't get their own glimpse of her style. Her outfits are usually covered by her white coat and stethoscope. Age: 33 Residence: Windsor Mills Job: Internist at Patient First, Johns Hopkins Bayview Hospital Self-described style: Modern The look: Calvin Klein faux leopard coat. Anne Klein green cardigan.
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By Elsa Klensch and Elsa Klensch,Los Angeles Times Syndicate | May 22, 1997
I have been lucky enough to be chosen to spend three months working in Spain. I have plenty of lightweight suits to wear to the office, but for weekends, it's another story. At home in the heat, I wear baggy T-shirts and shorts for day and change into jeans for evening.My boss tells me the Spanish are quite formal in their dress. As I don't want to let him down, can you suggest what I should buy for weekend outings and casual evenings?Hot weather anywhere calls for easy dressing. So your first rule should be to keep the pieces you buy simple and comfortable.
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By Rick Horowitz | January 13, 1997
WASHINGTON -- The problem with gloves, Congressman Cipher is thinking to himself, is all the things you can't do while you're wearing them.You can't sign letters to your constituents. You can't type notes to your staff. You can't even button your cardigan -- you have to take off your gloves to button your cardigan! How crazy is that?"Crazy," Congressman Cipher mutters, and watches his breath vaporize around him. But then, the whole thing is crazy. It's not as if he did anything wrong.This is Congressman Wally T. (Flip)
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By Mary Corey and Mary Corey,Staff Writer | January 6, 1994
If you're looking for David Lowry at Heartfest next Saturday, he'll be the one in the navy blazer, gabardine trousers and maroon tie.OK, so maybe that won't set him apart from other well-dressed men at the benefit for Johns Hopkins Hospital's Henry Ciccarone Center for the Prevention of Heart Disease. But no matter, says Mr. Lowry, the center's senior clinical program coordinator.When it comes to clothes, he sticks with the classics, letting the bold dressers break in the trends.Mr. Lowry, 32, credits his wife Helene with perfecting his taste, though.
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By Jill Rosen and Jill Rosen,jill.rosen@baltsun.com | September 6, 2009
To take the word of the runway, or the fashion glossies, this fall we'll all be wearing explosions of high-voltage neon, shoulder pads big enough to give Talking Heads-era David Byrne a run for his money and enough hard-core leather to earn approving looks from Hells Angels. Really? Not so much. The racks at the area's more fashion-forward boutiques will certainly be full of '80s-inspired looks, but somewhere on the route between New York and Baltimore, things softened and became more reasonable, with most trends hinting at, but stopping short of, a full-blown John Hughes movie wardrobe.
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By Elsa Klensch and Elsa Klensch,Los Angeles Times Syndicate | February 22, 1996
I am 17 years old with a mother who is 48 and overweight and who insists on giving me fashion advice. She says the easiest and most economical way to dress for evening is to collect black separates. She says they will look particularly good on me because my skin is so fresh. But when I try on her black tunics, sweaters, skirts and pants, I look as if I'm drowning in black.I think she's wrong. What do you think?She's right. Black is the best basis for an evening wardrobe. Your problem is trying on separates that are much too heavy for you. Visit junior departments of stores and try on some of the light and pretty pieces they have in black.
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By SLOANE BROWN and SLOANE BROWN,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 9, 2008
A night out on the town is always a good reason to get dressed up. Unless you're Dr. Michele Henley. She doesn't need an excuse to gussy up because she does it almost every day. Too bad many of her patients don't get their own glimpse of her style. Her outfits are usually covered by her white coat and stethoscope. Age: 33 Residence: Windsor Mills Job: Internist at Patient First, Johns Hopkins Bayview Hospital Self-described style: Modern The look: Calvin Klein faux leopard coat. Anne Klein green cardigan.
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October 17, 2007
The galloping increase in the price of oil, which this week has accelerated, is nothing but bad news. It poses a genuine threat to the economy and to the well-being of people all over the world. Americans will feel it first as the cost of heating oil spurts upward this winter, dragging natural gas along in tow. If oil stays high - which it might, even if the OPEC countries step up production next month, as promised - gasoline prices should start rising significantly in the spring, reaching as high as $4 a gallon.
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By Nancy Imperiale Wellons and Nancy Imperiale Wellons,ORLANDO SENTINEL | July 9, 2001
Sara Joanne Byrd Rogers has been married to a guy named Fred for 49 years as of today. This is not all Joanne has accomplished in 73 years of life. She's a concert pianist, for starters, which is no small potatoes. She also raised two sons and has two grandkids. She's on the board of trustees at Rollins College in her native Florida, where she calls the president by a pet name. She's the bee's knees of a best friend, say her pals - the kind who calls just to check on a little thing that was bothering you. She loves the word "love," and often says "I must say!"
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By Elsa Klensch and Elsa Klensch,Los Angeles Times Syndicate | May 22, 1997
I have been lucky enough to be chosen to spend three months working in Spain. I have plenty of lightweight suits to wear to the office, but for weekends, it's another story. At home in the heat, I wear baggy T-shirts and shorts for day and change into jeans for evening.My boss tells me the Spanish are quite formal in their dress. As I don't want to let him down, can you suggest what I should buy for weekend outings and casual evenings?Hot weather anywhere calls for easy dressing. So your first rule should be to keep the pieces you buy simple and comfortable.
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By J.D. Considine and J.D. Considine,SUN POP MUSIC CRITIC | March 26, 1997
Taken at face value, as Top-40 singles often are, the Cardigans seem little more than a pleasantly frothy pop-rock combo. "Lovefool," the group's effortlessly catchy breakthrough hit, certainly sounds simple enough. Between Nina Persson's wispily pretty voice and the quiet percolation of the rhythm arrangement, the tune sounds about as deep as a toothpaste jingle.Until you start paying attention, that is. Once you get past the blithe cheer of its melody, "Lovefool" reveals itself to be a dark and disturbing tale of romantic desperation, with a protagonist who would rather be lied to than left alone.
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By Elsa Klensch and Elsa Klensch,Los Angeles Times Syndicate | January 16, 1997
I am a successful lawyer married to a man 15 years older. I am big-boned, in my late 40s, and because of my size I have always felt comfortable wearing dark colors, particularly black. Dark colors were also practical for the big-city life we lived.Now my husband has retired, and we are moving to Miami. Since I will still be working, I am concerned about my dark clothes. I will never wear pastels, and I cringe at the thought of beige.I know I have to buy a lighter wardrobe. Where do I start?
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October 17, 2007
The galloping increase in the price of oil, which this week has accelerated, is nothing but bad news. It poses a genuine threat to the economy and to the well-being of people all over the world. Americans will feel it first as the cost of heating oil spurts upward this winter, dragging natural gas along in tow. If oil stays high - which it might, even if the OPEC countries step up production next month, as promised - gasoline prices should start rising significantly in the spring, reaching as high as $4 a gallon.
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By Elsa Klensch and Elsa Klensch,Los Angeles Times Syndicate | September 19, 1996
My mother has just recovered from a long illness. She hasn't been out of bed for six months. She has lost almost 30 pounds, so none of her clothes fits.Now, as a treat, my father is taking her to England for a week in early October. As she is still pretty inactive, we are outfitting her for the trip with pants and T-shirts.What we can't find is a suitable warm jacket to go over them. We need something all-purpose, even though she will be indoors or in a car most of the time. She is thinner, to be sure, but medium-weight jackets seem too fitted and uncomfortable.
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By Rick Horowitz | January 13, 1997
WASHINGTON -- The problem with gloves, Congressman Cipher is thinking to himself, is all the things you can't do while you're wearing them.You can't sign letters to your constituents. You can't type notes to your staff. You can't even button your cardigan -- you have to take off your gloves to button your cardigan! How crazy is that?"Crazy," Congressman Cipher mutters, and watches his breath vaporize around him. But then, the whole thing is crazy. It's not as if he did anything wrong.This is Congressman Wally T. (Flip)
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By Elsa Klensch and Elsa Klensch,Los Angeles Times Syndicate | September 19, 1996
My mother has just recovered from a long illness. She hasn't been out of bed for six months. She has lost almost 30 pounds, so none of her clothes fits.Now, as a treat, my father is taking her to England for a week in early October. As she is still pretty inactive, we are outfitting her for the trip with pants and T-shirts.What we can't find is a suitable warm jacket to go over them. We need something all-purpose, even though she will be indoors or in a car most of the time. She is thinner, to be sure, but medium-weight jackets seem too fitted and uncomfortable.
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