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Subpoena Quash Fashionista Report

The HucksOnline Fashionista Report for today's court hearing in Judge John Luster's courtroom for the SR motion to quash Tina Jacobson's subpoena:

"There were two fashion trends visible today in the courtroom: the black/grey combination color scheme and light blue checked dress shirts.  Navy blue was the dominate color followed by various shades of beige.  After hearing today arguments, the Fashionista feels compelled to point out that the following is merely opinion and should not be construed as fact or accusation."

  • Judge Luster:  Wore a subtle plaid patterned sage green dress shirt that would be found in the movie "A River Runs Through It" peeking out from neatly pressed robes.  While some people dress to go from daytime to evening wear, Judge Luster has a look that could carry him from the courtroom to Orvis and back with ease.   He is wearing his hair slightly longer but slicked back.  His hairstyle harkens back to the old west.  Fashionista is digging the 'do.  It is North Idaho after all.
  • Tina Jacobson: Wore a Midnight blue pant suit ensemble.The outer jacket was festooned with inset crochet panels down the back and arms. The inset sleeve panels show a little "peekaboo" skin signaling a nice outfit for a North Idaho garden party or in this case, legal proceedings. She wore her hair partially pulled back in front and down in the back as we have typically seen in previous photos posted on HBO. It is worth noting she seemed pleasant in the hallway and with supporters, smiling often. Her smile is her best accessory.
  • DFO: Somewhat surprised (but not disappointed), DFO left his Hawaiian shirt at home. Instead, DFO wore a monochromatic ensemble consisting of grey twill slacks, black belt, black dress shirt (is that wrinkle free?) and a gray/black patterned tie.  The color scheme complimented his peppery hair.  Reminds the Fashionista of the old Chuck Norris film, Good Guys Wear Black

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D.F. Oliveria
D.F. (Dave) Oliveria joined The Spokesman-Review in 1984. He currently is a columnist and compiles the Huckleberries Online blog and writes about North Idaho in his Huckleberries column.

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