One of Tegan Easterday's favorites: a Michael Kors watch from Yarid's.
One of Tegan Easterday's favorites: Stuart Weitzman platform heels from Yarid's.
One of Tegan Easterday's favorites: a silver necklace from Glass Boat in Richmond, Va.
For her fall look, Tegan Easterday wore a Kelly green double-lined silk blouse and a yellow crepe wool skirt from J. Crew.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Tegan Easterday, of Charleston, studied fine arts at Marshall University and worked in retail for six years at The Dresser, Schwabe-May and for designer Nicole Miller. She is business client manager at Huntington National Bank. She has worked as a stylist for a few friends since 2008.
What three words describe your fashion style?
Minimalist, classic, effortless.
What's your favorite fall piece?
Did you buy something new to update your fall wardrobe?
Hot pink schoolboy blazer.
What are your signature accessories?
Oversize watch, aviators.
What piece did you splurge on?
A Marc Jacobs hobo because it was love at first sight!
What would you never wear?
Anything blatantly '80s.
Do you buy anything in bulk?
I wear two pieces consistently: my five-stone wedding band and diamond stud earrings.
What's your favorite color or color combination?
Right now, navy and Kelly green.
Do you have a favorite designer or style icon?
My best friend Larry, who lives in New York City. He can make anything work.
What's are your priorities in picking clothes?
Fit. Ill-fitting clothes are my pet peeve. I also buy things that I can repurpose.
What's your weekday go-to look?
Classic with a twist. I like to throw one odd piece in to make my classics more contemporary.
Do you have a personal styling trick?
I try not to use more than three colors.