I’m on vacation, and as such, I decided to make a call to the bullpen to one of my favorite people, Heather Tilles Connors, to fill in while I’m away for Wednesday Wardrobe. I used the baseball pun because Heather and I met working for the Baltimore Orioles and have remained friends for more than 20 years. Plus, Heather has great style, and she knows how to accessorize well as a Senior Stylist for Stella & Dot. I hope you enjoy this week’s guest blogger — she’s got some good ideas about layering jewelry, too. And visit her site if you’re interested in ordering something.
When it comes to shopping, I am always on the lookout for accessories that give me that ‘WOW’ factor; maybe it’s a piece that draws me in for conversation or simply gives me a little more bounce in my step. Whatever the reason for accessorizing any outfit, Stella & Dot has all the right essentials in one place! Our boutique style couture shopping experience includes irresistible jewelry, scarves, sunglasses, cross-body bags, handbags, totes and clutches…and we can’t forget our premier Covet line of high end diamonds in 14K gold/white gold and genuine supple grain leather accessories.
Where fashion meets versatility on-the-go, Stella & Dot takes you from day to night, workplace to play, and can be combined or worn different ways for unlimited style options—something for every taste. And if my own personal style fix was not enough, Stella & Dot is well adored and featured by many news outlets, top fashion magazines and spotted on many celebrities.
Heather Connors is a Senior Stylist with Stella & Dot and a Director of Marketing with a Master’s Degree in Graphic Design. She has known Stephanie for over 20 years; first as cruisers and then as colleagues with the Baltimore Orioles in the Publications and Public Relations Departments.
Stephanie Verni is Professor of Business Communication at Stevenson University and is the author of Inn Significant, Baseball Girl, and Beneath the Mimosa Tree. Along with her colleagues Leeanne Bell McManus and Chip Rouse, she is a co-author of Event Planning: Communicating Theory and Practice, published by Kendall-Hunt.