Number of years in real estate: Two
Describe your look: I am all about the tailored suit, sharp and slim with a nice pair of dress shoes.
What do you consider a “fashion don’t”? “Dress to impress” is at the top of my list. Your fashion plays a huge role in the way people perceive you. First meetings are often “make it or break it.” Dress up so you leave new clients a lasting first impression and instantly boost your professional credibility. Do not show up in a short-sleeve button-up shirt – especially with a tie – and no casual pants, jeans, white socks or tennis shoes.
What is your favorite piece of clothing and why? This is a tough question. I love all of my suits. But I will go with my light blue Ralph Lauren suit.
What do you consider a must-have accessory? The must-have is a sharp pair of dress shoes and a matching belt.
Where are your favorite places to shop? Newbury Street. With my office on the corner I am obliged to shop there, which offers a huge selection of my choice stores such as Express, Allen Edmonds, Banana Republic, Nordstrom and Indochino.
What, besides your wardrobe, completes your look? A sharp pair of dress shoes and a matching belt.
What is in your bag/briefcase? Kenneth Cole Collection “A Brief History” leather flapover portfolio/a black business briefcase bag
My closet is full of…Tailored suits, from business casual to business formal, along with dress shirts, ties and more ties.
What is your style advice for other people in the industry? We all have our styles and preferences, but always get a second opinion. Suits will always need tailoring, otherwise they look awkward, boxy and unprofessional.
Lauren by Ralph Lauren tailored suit; Express dress shirt; Allen Edmonds shoes and belt; Fossil watch