And she is a living testament to what she does - porcelain skin, youthful glow, and a warm, approachable charm that makes you feel at ease the minute you see her in her bright and immaculate clinic.
Precisely one of the things that makes her a sought-after dermatologist, she has the ability to simplify explanations to patients who are otherwise impatiently barraged and intimidated with medical terminologies.
Quintessentially elegant, Anna’s style is a delicate balance of softness and strength.
While her sartorial choices favor proper femininity, they also convey a sense of authority.
Case in point:
Ruffles are suffused with well-tailored silhouettes.
Pantsuits are always work-appropriate,
and the ruffles, together with floral jewelry, and a dainty stack,
soften the look.
A white linen dress that triple duties from brunch to work to dinner.
Punctuated with the Suki Japanese pearl necklace and rose gold bracelets.
Her pastel-hued sheath dress is met with clean, straightforward lines.
Anna styles it with the Verona morganite studs, the Andy sautoir,
and her own ring with a rose gold halo in layers.
Any minute of the day, Anna looks on point. I’ve seen her in several occasions (and appointments) and she always looks well put together. Clearly a reflection of her work ethic - she deftly understands aesthetics from the inside out.