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Fabuliss Helps Client Shaun Kennedy Prep for The Dr. Oz Show

Posted by on Jun 6, 2013 in : : Fabuliss Style Blog : :, Men's Style, { Fabuliss Clients } | 0 comments

Client Shaun Kennedy, a food safety expert with the University of Minnesota, was referred to Fabuliss after an appearance on CNN’s The Situation Room.  The reason:  he was preparing for an upcoming taping on The Dr. Oz Show.   Before Shaun met me for our shopping appointment, I wanted a solid understanding of what Dr. Oz Show guests wore, the types of seating and settings and Dr. Oz’s show wardrobe.   Shaun’s final look, more dressed up than his daily work...

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CBS Local/Minnesota – Best of Shopping Lists

Posted by on Mar 21, 2011 in Men's Style, Women's Style | 0 comments

I am so excited to be blogging for CBS Local!  And this has been an excellent excuse to get out and do what I do best – shop. From local boutiques and shops to national chains, I am putting these lists together based on my personal experiences.  Whether it’s shopping undercover like a regular customer or talking to business owners, the Best Of lists are thanks to my car, my feet and Google Maps. Here are the most recent Best of lists I put together: Best Custom Clothing Stores...

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Hello, Fabuliss…Dean Carlson Transformed His Style & His Business

Posted by on Feb 11, 2011 in Fabuliss...What Are You Wearing?, Men's Style | 0 comments

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxTeUUaa6lc] Dean Carlson was one of the first people I met when I started attending Twin Cities Wedding Professionals networking events. He gave a solid first impression and consistently dresses to impress. As Master of Ceremonies and DJ for weddings and events, as well as owner of Night Magic Productions, I was struck when he talked about how transforming his style transformed his business. Thank you to Dean for sharing his story with the Fabuliss...

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Holiday Outfits Part 3 of 3: Friends & Family

Posted by on Dec 2, 2010 in Holiday, Men's Style, Women's Petite Sizes, Women's Plus Sizes, Women's Style | 0 comments

It is not always easy to get motivated to work your style, especially when amongst close friends and family.  These are the people who know you better than yourself so why bother? When you are feeling especially unmotivated, remember that when you look great, you will feel great. Without further ado, here is the final installment of holiday outfits 2010. Character vs. Style You could play into the expected role this year – the mid-life-crisis Mom, the Cougar, the Scrapbooking Grandma,...

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Holiday Outfits Part 2 of 3: Work Day to Work Party

Posted by on Dec 1, 2010 in Fall/Winter, Holiday, Men's Style, Women's Petite Sizes, Women's Plus Sizes, Women's Style | 2 comments

There’s Smart Casual and now we declare Smart Holiday – the outfit that can transition from work to party as is or with a simple change.  If your work party is a casual affair, remember that professionalism rules. AVOID FORGETTABLE AND TOO MEMORABLE If you want to stand out, the standard fare won’t do, nor will going overboard at work to look more festive for the party.  Consider the following: Boring. So you forgot about the party when you were getting dressed.  Make time...

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Holiday Outfits Part 1 of 3: Semi-Formal

Posted by on Nov 30, 2010 in Fall/Winter, Holiday, Men's Style, Women's Petite Sizes, Women's Plus Sizes, Women's Style | 0 comments

There are numerous ways to make a memorable entrance at a semi-formal holiday party. This could include a work-related event at an elegant venue like a library, art museum or sit-down dinner or attending a fundraiser gala or ball. AVOID “TOO MUCH” Instead of solely relying on a dashing date, which we’re certainly not opposed to, try avoiding these common mistakes. Too sexy. In general, a little sexy is great but too much skin in tight fabric is too much.  If you are still...

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