Jul 2, 201209:58 AMB Chic
Name: Laura Jojic
Lives in: Annapolis
Occupation: Senior Financial Associate for The Interface Financial Group
How would you describe your personal style?
“I would describe my style as very feminine, pretty, and versatile, usually combining timeless items with more unique ones. I love different textures and fabrics, chiffon, linen, ribbons, lace and ruffles.”
Who are your style icons?
“Style icons include Edie Sedgwick, Sienna Miller (who coincidentally plays Edie in 'Factory Girl'), Marissa Miller, and then Audrina Patridge always looks so gorgeous and fresh. But really I wear what makes me feel comfortable. An outfit might look good on, but if I am not as confident as I can be in it, I swap things out or try something new.”
Where is your favorite place to shop?
“My go-to is usually Nordstrom, Bloomigdales is great of course, and I love Free People and BCBG. Recently I have been ordering from a website, Nastygal.com, it has some pretty amazing dresses. Then there's always my grandmother's closet and trips to consignment stores, I love discovering new things in old places”
What is one must-have wardrobe item?
“My must-have wardrobe item is definitely a reliable purse that goes with anything. Also, rings; I never take them off so even when I forget to put on other jewelry, my hands are still sparkling”
How has your style evolved over the years?
"My wardrobe has evolved over the last year since I began working in the real world; I have definitely gotten more mature with my purchases. Now I own plenty of office-appropriate attire, and these items of clothing even spill into my weekend and leisure ensembles."
What is on your fashion wish list?
“I am obsessed with Marc Jacobs bags. I would also like to purchase more hats, 'tis the season. A hat makes any outfit more exciting and put together”
What is your most embarrassing fashion moment?
“A classic Laura move is forgetting to cut the tags off of new clothing. There were quite a few occasions where I am strutting around like a peacock in something I just bought, until somebody points out that the tag is hanging down my back”