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STREETSTYLE: Mary Froese: Polished from head to toe

Wearing light khaki crops, a gray top and warm caramel jacket, Mary Froese created the perfectly polished ensemble from head to toe. She paired the look with brown sandals, a large caramelized purse and tied the look together with a neutral print...

Mary Froese, of Winnipeg
Mary Froese, of Winnipeg, rocks an head to toe neutral look for a morning at the mall. Photo by Jasmine Maki, Accent staff.

Wearing light khaki crops, a gray top and warm caramel jacket, Mary Froese created the perfectly polished ensemble from head to toe. She paired the look with brown sandals, a large caramelized purse and tied the look together with a neutral printed silk scarf.

Froese, of Winnipeg, was in Grand Forks visiting old friends with her husband. Before returning to Canada, she stopped at Macy's in Columbia Mall to see if anything would catch her eye.

• How would you describe your style?

"I like to keep up-to-date with the styles for my age."

• Where do you like to shop?

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"If I come here I like DressBarn. I like Macy's. There's a few specialty stores I like."

• What's your signature piece?

"I like Jones New York. I like all her styles for my age."

• What fall trend are you excited about?

"I like to be colorful all the time. The oranges, the beiges, the browns."

• What piece are you currently craving?

"I walk around and if something catches my eye, I'll buy it. I'm not looking, but if I see something I like (I buy it)."

Maki covers Arts & Entertainment and Life & Style for the Herald and can be reached at (701) 780-1122, (800) 477-6572, ext. 1122; or jmaki@gfherald.com .

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