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All Dolled Up: Angie Yaldoo is always looking fabulous



Angie Yaldoo bills herself as a "retail therapist," and this black-haired beauty sure knows what a new pair of sunglasses and a rose-gold knuckle ring can do for the soul. She splits her time between Incognito Eyewear and Saffron in Royal Oak and is always looking fabulous, whether she's dolled up like a dark angel in black or a piled high with accessories like a boho hippie chick.

When she isn't working, which is rare, Yaldoo enjoys road trips, the great outdoors, and styling fashion shoots for look books. Oh wait, that last one is work, too, isn't it? Well, it's safe to say this girl understands the philosophy "If you love what you do, you'll never work a day in your life."

When we spotted Yaldoo, she was working at Saffron, hawking the store's amalgam of cool clothing, jewelry, handbags, and more. It's no surprise she gets most of her threads from this place.

Kimono: Saffron, $108

Tank: Bandit from Saffron, $40

Jeans: Sold Design Lab from Saffron, $170

Wolf ring: Obey from Incognito: $50

Skull ring: Saffron: $190

Leather cuff, gift

Gypsy bracelet ring: El Dorado, $40

Moon necklace: Saffron, $20

Bag: Custom made by Lyle Hayman for Lost Highway, gift

Sunglasses: Incognito, $15

Boots: Steve Madden, $130



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