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Dressing in black gives air of danger; popular shade goes with everything

“My grandmother wore black and she was a very elegant and classy woman in her day,” Sondra Stephens, left, owner of Sondra’s Fine Jewelry on Upper Union St., said. “My family always says it skipped a generation and went to me.”
Photographer: Marc Schultz
“My grandmother wore black and she was a very elegant and classy woman in her day,” Sondra Stephens, left, owner of Sondra’s Fine Jewelry on Upper Union St., said. “My family always says it skipped a generation and went to me.”
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Sondra Stephens will never be a study in scarlet, a lady in lavender or a woman in white. “I only wear black,” said Stephens, who owns Sondra’s Fine Jewelry in Schenectady. “I don’t wear any other color. It’s sort of become my signature color.” Black ops are easy — if people are thinking about fashion. A man dressed in black — shirt, slacks, overcoat — can look tough and mysterious. A woman in a black ...


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