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Women of Style

BY Riki Altman-Yee | August 29, 2016 | Feature Features National

With effortless allure and enviable attitude to match, these five Valley ladies dress the part, no matter the destination or time of day.
Caribe Devine

The job of a 12News meteorologist comes with its own set of fashion requirements, the least of which is a current and ever-changing wardrobe. “You see my entire body when I do the weather, so there are certain considerations,” Caribe Devine says. “I’m always concerned about materials that wrinkle, are see through, too short and too loose. Also, I can’t wear anything green or else I disappear in front of the weather graphics on the chroma key wall.”

The mother of 2- and 6-year-old girls is constantly in the public eye, so she must artfully balance simplicity and refinement, even on trips to the grocery store. To help combat the daily couture conundrums, Devine shops often and hunts for basics: “Black-and-white anything is my go-to. It never goes out of style. It’s classy, professional. It can be casual or elegant, and even sexy. You just can’t go wrong.” Designer totes and sleek pieces from brands like Michael Kors and Calvin Klein help bridge the divide between dapper and diapers. “I own many Louis Vuitton handbags,” Devine says. “The brand is classic, timeless and practical. I truly believe in investing in a good quality handbag.” As for her closet, the weather predictor admits, “Let’s just say it’s like a tornado. My closet is not very large, is busting at the seams, and only marginally organized. I’ve had to take over three other closets in my house. I vow that my next house won’t have this problem.”

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