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Street Style: Jenny Ryan: Designer casual

Wearing a gray cashmere sweater and an olive jacket, Jenny Ryan, of Grand Forks, stopped by the mall for some shopping and a quick bite to eat on her lunch break. A Lia Sophia necklace, dark 7 For All Mankind jeans, a pale yellow Coach purse and ...

Jenny Ryan
Jenny Ryan, of Grand Forks, creates a comfortable earthy look with a cozy gray cashmere sweater, dark jeans and an olive jacket. Photo by Jasmine Maki, Accent staff.

Wearing a gray cashmere sweater and an olive jacket, Jenny Ryan, of Grand Forks, stopped by the mall for some shopping and a quick bite to eat on her lunch break. A Lia Sophia necklace, dark 7 For All Mankind jeans, a pale yellow Coach purse and brown Carlos Santana riding boots completed her comfortable, earthy look.

It was obvious that for Ryan, style is more about quality than quantity. She said she keeps her looks simple and comfortable with little but quality pieces like her cozy cashmere sweater.

• How would you describe your style?

"Comfortable."

• Where do you typically shop for clothes and accessories?

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"Probably The Buckle for in town. Otherwise, I do a lot of online shopping for jeans. I typically do Piperlime.com."

• How do you typically accessorize?

"Very simple. I keep it minimal. Usually, I throw on boots and a jacket and that's my accessories."

• What is your signature piece that you always wear?

"Comfy sweaters, cashmere."

• What item are you currently craving?

"Jeans... 7 For All Mankind Jeans. They're very comfortable and stretchy."

Maki covers arts and entertainment and life and style. Call her at (701) 780-1122, (800) 477-6572 ext. 1122 or send email to jmaki@gfherald.com .

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