Photo by Colby Ware, for The Baltimore Sun
October 14, 2012
Pauline Savage, 34, had no problem following directions to dress for a night out on the town, as dictated on the invitation to a party celebrating Tom Hall's 30 years as music director of Baltimore Choral Arts Society. I believe in overdressing. I think of my closet as my palette, said The Jemicy School arts department chair. The outfit the Finksburg resident created for the Hunt Valley Inn shindig consisted of a black and white Zara satin tunic that she bought on a trip to Jordan, black skinny Kenneth Cole pants that were a gift, and black satin pointy-toe Caparros pumps she found at Loehmann's. Savage added a gold Lester Bags clutch that her late mother had bought in the 1960s, gold wire and pearl earrings from T.J. Maxx and a gold studded black patent leather wrap watch, from Loehmann's. Her heirloom 1890s sapphire and diamond ring came from her mother. She bought her big agate ring in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and her black feather hair ornament at Ulta.