Local Realtor Closes on Cutting-Edge Style

Vintage Stella McCartney for Chloe dress, Giuseppe Zanotti shoes. | Photo by Jon Estrada

Vintage Stella McCartney for Chloe dress, Giuseppe Zanotti shoes. | Photo by Jon Estrada

Who: Quinn Decosta
What: Las Vegas Realtor

How did you develop your style, and who was your biggest influence?

When I was young, I was obsessed with Cindy Crawford and Linda Evangelista. I would flip through Vogue every month just to see their photos. Crawford was plastered all over my bedroom walls. It was during that time in middle school that I started paying attention to fashion.

How does your “off-duty” style compare to when you’re trying to close a sale?

It’s completely different. Work style is comfortable and slightly conservative. I’m a sucker for a jumpsuit; super cute, but still so comfortable. Off-duty style can sometimes be cutting edge or classic. Nowadays, I see myself more classic with an edgy shoe or bag.

What are your top style tips for other women in real estate?

It’s better to be overdressed than underdressed. Also, you want to always be prepared, because you never know when your next buyer or seller will call.

Do you have any pieces that you consider “lucky” for you when working?

I wouldn’t call it lucky, but I can’t go to work without a watch on.

Does Las Vegas have style?

Vegas definitely has its own style. Because we live in the desert, it is sometimes hard to really appreciate dressing for the seasons; it feels like we only have short winters and long summers, with no fall or spring. I wish we could do more layering with gloves, hats and coats.



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