The 10 Best Dressed Metro Detroiters of 2012

Stylish men and women share their thoughts on how to wear it well


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(page 8 of 10)


Jeffrey Lance Abood

Seen here wearing a light gray Isaia Napoli suit with pink stripes, Thomas pink shirt, Zenga special-edition tie, and Ferragamo belt and shoes.

Occupation:

Attorney

Shopping:

“Primarily Saks Fifth Avenue. I also shop at Neiman Marcus and Thomas Pink.”

Personal style:

“Generally, I wear suits to work, especially when I’m in court. On more casual occasions, I wear Robert Graham shirts, jeans, and Ferragamo shoes.”

Favorite designers:

Canali suits, Ferragamo shoes, Thomas Pink shirts.

Style tip:

Always make sure your shoes are shined and your suits well tailored. Men should also stay well groomed (nails, eyebrows, skin). It’s always better to be overdressed than underdressed.

Fashion debut:

“My parents got me involved in modeling for department stores when I was a kid growing up in Joplin, Mo. I really got into the clothes I would model. I’ve loved fashion ever since. I always tease that if I wasn’t an attorney, I’d be a personal shopper or interior designer.”

Credits: Hair, Sheri Lussier; makeup and eyebrows, Marisa Qarana from Masq

 

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