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Style Profile: Young professional keeps look pulled together yet eclectic

FARGO - Nicole Such's co-worker describes the 28-year-old's style as "pulled together," "eclectic and unusual" and "refreshing." Such says she simply wears what's interesting to her. I spotted Such, an administrative assistant with Moorhead Publi...

Anna Larson

FARGO - Nicole Such's co-worker describes the 28-year-old's style as "pulled together," "eclectic and unusual" and "refreshing."

Such says she simply wears what's interesting to her.

I spotted Such, an administrative assistant with Moorhead Public Schools, downtown at the HoDo and liked her mint top and individuality.

Describe your style. Sort of eclectic - it depends on my mood.

What are you wearing today? Shirt and watch from Kittson & 3rd in Grand Forks, skirt from Proper & Prim, cat silhouette earrings by Botny (designed by local artist Dana Holscher) and shoes from JCPenney.

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What's your style philosophy? Your style should represent you.

Where do you shop? I like local boutiques like Proper & Prim, Unglued and Apricot Lane. I'm excited that Kittson & 3rd is opening a Fargo location.

Who or what inspires your style? I like watching shoes like "America's Next Top Model" and "Project Runway."

My fiancé is also sort of my personal stylist.

You told me you're getting married in July. What's your wedding style? It's going to be simple, elegant, comfortable and natural. It's at the Plains Art Museum, and I'm inspired by the clean, fresh feel of the space.

My gown is a strapless, A-line style, and I found it the first time I went dress shopping.

Are you going on a honeymoon? Yes, to Paris. I'm looking forward to the people watching and seeing fashion there and experiencing the wine and food.

What's your favorite drink? I'm in a huge sauvignon blanc phase right now.

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Readers can reach Forum reporter Anna G. Larson at (701) 241-5525

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Nicole Such uses her mood to guide her wardrobe choices. Anna G. Larson / The Forum

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