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Andrea and Jason Moattar

Sibling carpet moguls share their style


The Moattar siblings grew up playing on the antique rugs in their parents' showroom, and today they helm ADAC's venerated Moattar Ltd. rug company, which last year outfitted the White House dining room. Their goods may be underfoot, but the Atlanta natives aren't so hard on the eyes, either.


Jewelry: My thing is accessories—I love to open my jewelry drawers at home. I never thought I'd be wearing gold ever again, but now I've fallen for it.

Jeans: My goal is to be sixty, eighty and still wearing jeans. I love seeing older women who still know how to wear them.

Boots: I love platforms, being only five-two. I thought these were kind of deco-looking, and brown is my favorite color.


Hair: I have really thick hair. It's a pain in the ass sometimes—it does not look the same any one day—but I'm blessed with being thirty-five and having no gray.

Solids: I'm pretty basic in terms of fashion. It's more important to me to have a nice, clean silhouette than all sorts of patterns and trends.

Pants: I typically like boot cut, even though I know the skinny is in. I have big feet for my height, so I don't like the way [skinny jeans] look on me.

Photograph by Alex Martinez