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Style Diary: Country Singer Maggie Rose

The country singer and Maryland native reveals her favorite shopping destinations in DC and shares a look at some of her most memorable getups.
On Rose: Top by ASTR, Overalls by Ditto, Custom necklace by Sleeveless by Kyah Hillis, Custom pendant by Jesse Lee and Lipstick by Urban Decay. Photograph taken by James Stewart at the Riverfront Stage in Nashville.

Maryland native Maggie Rose became a hometown sensation after her breakout cover of Kings of Leon’s “Use Somebody” hit airwaves a few years back. The Visitation prep school alum dropped out of Clemson University after her sophomore year to try her hand at a music career in Nashville. Style plays a role in crafting her image, which is why Rose has become something of a burgeoning fashionista.

While her latest single, “Girl In Your Truck Song,” has kept her busy promoting her new music, we were able to catch up with Rose for a chat about where she shops when she comes back to Washington, and we look at some memorable outfits from past tours and events. 

All of Rose’s music can be downloaded on iTunes

Maggie’s go-to shopping destinations around Washington: 

Cusp: “They have great on-trend items that are fun to incorporate in my wardrobe.”

Emily Grace Boutique: “I find the best staple pieces here. I love their jeans and jackets.”

Sassanova: “Their accessories are great.”

Reddz Trading: “I head here when I’m in search of vintage designer pieces. They also have really cool, affordable accessories; it’s where I learned about Charm Georgetown.”

Saks and Bloomingdales: “We don’t have them in Nashville!”

On Rose: Dress by French Connection UK and Boots by Jeffrey Campbell. Photograph by Chris Hollo of Hollo Photographics at the 2014 Grand Ole Opry in Nashville.
On Rose: Top by ASTR, Pants by Mavi, Jean Jacket by H&M, Jewelry by BCBG Max Azria and Shoes by Jeffrey Campbell. Photograph taken by Chris Schwegler Photography at the Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, MI.
On Rose: Dress by Tildon, Jacket and bracelets by BCBG Max Azria and Boots by Jeffrey Campbell. Photograph taken by James Stewart at Anthem in Nashville.

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