With her distinct personality and 70s glam rock n’ roll style, nothing is off limits for this risqué fashionista. Her closet showcases vintage finds from several trips around the world, including fringed kimonos, bell-bottoms, brocade and sequined blazers. Beyond her style, she exudes an effervescent confidence that makes everyone’s head turn – women included. A lot of her success as a young professional stems from her bona fide charm and wit. She makes her career in law as free-spirited as it can be, having been a Refugee Officer for the UN in Costa Rica and now working for a leader in the wine and spirits industry.
Job: Legal Advisor at Pernod Ricard Americas
Currently wearing: Skirt outfit: BCBG shirt, Reformation skirt, TL-180 bag, Reformation vest, Rag and Bone shoes. Dress outfit: Reformation dress, Rag and Bone shoes. Pants outfit: Massimo Dutti shirt, Reformation pants, Rudsak shoes. Favorite labels: The Reformation, Zara, Rochas, Massimo Dutti, Chloe, TL -180, Alexander Wang.
Fashion and beauty pet peeves: People that make everything match and too much makeup; high-end bags with logos on them.
What’s in her closet: THE REFORMATION, its everywhere! Lots of Zara, some of my mother’s fun clothes, BCBG, Massimo Dutti, Reiss, Brandy Melville.
Cities that influence her style: NYC because everyone feels free to express themselves, Montreal for its bohemian-chic style, Barcelona for its elegance.
Style advice for young professionals: Be yourself, personal style is always charming. If you feel good, you look good. I use my clothes as a way of expression instead of following trends or what I can find in magazines.