Lloyd Fox, Baltimore Sun
September 22, 2010
No one can accuse Morry Zolet of being a fashion wallflower. "Everybody makes comments about how I dress. I really think it's the shirts and ties. I like to keep that going," says the 46-year-old senior vice president and family wealth director at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney. He describes his style as "professional with a statement." When we "glimpsed" the Owings Mills resident at his Lutherville office, that statement came in the form of a hot pink, white and yellow striped dress shirt, an orange and pink Ferragamo tie, a custom-made khaki suit, tan Ferragamo belt and tan Allen Edmonds oxfords, all of which -- like most of his wardrobe -- came from the custom clothing company Tom James, courtesy senior vice president Steve Adelsberg. The pink pocket square was a Saks Fifth Avenue find. Since he's a University of Maryland graduate, Zolet says he just had to get his burgundy enameled gold terrapin cufflinks when he saw them at a New York jewelry store. His Rolex watch came from J. Brown Jewelers.