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Book Review: Knowing Your Value by Mika Brzezinski

Posted by on Sep 23, 2011 in Perspective, Product Reviews | 0 comments

This is hands down one of the most important books I have read regarding how women can close the wage gap.  All thanks to a remarkable friend and client whom I met by being a Best Buy Omega (Chapter 5). Before you consider this to be way off topic for an image consultant/personal shopper, know that the number one reason I decided to start Fabuliss was to create more diversity at leadership levels. I am so over the status quo having all the power and money.  Got it?  OK, let’s...

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One Karina Dress, Multiple Options

Posted by on Aug 12, 2011 in : : Fabuliss Style Blog : :, Product Reviews | 1 comment

I was thrilled to discover Karina Dresses, a company that designs dresses for women of all ages and body types.  They generously shared the Marisa Dress, pictured above, to try on and share my thoughts with Fabuliss fans. Since I know you love to see different ways to wear things, here goes! Casual Summer The dress, by itself, is perfect for a casual warm-weather look, accompanied by a bold necklace and fun shoe. For travel – I could easily wear this and bring a wrap on the plane...

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Joan Steffend’s Story Is My Story Too

Posted by on May 27, 2011 in : : Fabuliss Style Blog : :, Product Reviews | 1 comment

Have you heard? Joan Steffend is now an author! I know of Joan through her work at KARE 11. I have talked to Joan, from a distance, via my appearance on her My Talk 107.1 show, Get Real Girls. And yesterday, I got to meet Joan in person at the Northwest Community Television station, where she taped a segment of In Our Town with host Elaine Hall. First of all, if you have never met or talked to Joan, she is incredibly down to earth and she looks amazing (especially in the powder blue jacket...

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Good Bye Ironing, Hello Steaming

Posted by on Apr 8, 2011 in Product Reviews | 2 comments

I despise ironing.  No, really.  I have a huge list of things I would rather be doing than ironing.  And the lackluster results of a $50 iron and new ironing board are a constant reminder of my frustration. A few years ago, I bought a handheld version and thought “wow, this is what all the buzz is about?”  Needless to say, the results were pretty awful. But, I decided to keep an open mind and had more conversations with people who really love their steamers. Enter, my new...

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