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Sueanne Shirzay Jewelry Lookbook 1/12

January 22, 2012

Hello there! Tried something a little different, a video lookbook for the jewelz. Thanks for looking and as always for your support, inspiration and giggles.

All jewelry is available for purchase online at Sueanne Shirzay Jewelry and select U.S. boutiques. Have you circled my Google + page yet? Please do. It’s tres hula-hoopish.

Music: “Hey My Love”  by Dion Roy, available on iTunes by clicking preceding link.  You can also find Dion on Facebook  , Twitter and Google + .

When Joshua Estrin is not discussing genetics with me he can be found interviewing celebs and dishing the facts, not the gossip at Popmuncher.com . He’s also on the Twitter.

I offer social media services such as putting together videos like this one and social strategy at Killer Social.

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Outback Bowl Confidential

January 5, 2012

As you know from seeing my packing video and my Michigan State University and University of Georgia football player interview, I spent last week with Outback during Outback Bowl week being given an exclusive inside look into what makes one of my favorite restaurants so amazing.

There are more interviews to come, with John Li, Senior VP of Research and Development, AKA the guy who decides what goes on the menu after making it deliciously awesome, and Becky Maree and Dan Holm of the Outback Social Media team. There will also be more video of my experience on the field. I even… got to interview the fella responsible for inventing the bloomin’ onion. I KNOW!!! Wow, HUH? Stay tuned for that.

But first, here is an inside look at the morning before the game with my co-Social Journo, and Man of Style, Joshua Estrin. I must say he was an absolute treasure to work and play with. I’m still breaking into embarrassingly random and sudden giggle fits.

Oh, and the reason my shoulder looks dislocated is because I’m actually holding up my iPhone video camera with my right arm. I actually have really good posture. LOL

AS ALWAYS… the jewelry I’m wearing in the video can be found right here in my shop.

 

When Joshua Estrin is NOT attending major sporting events with me he can be found at PopMuncher, writing about the world where entertainment, music, fashion and human behavior collide — He revels in the results, a delicious mix of chaos and mayhem. Wrap this all up in a “look ma’ no braces” package and the “Little Engine that never shoulda’, coulda’, or woulda’” has formed strong friendships with a veritable Who’s Who of celebrities.

Thinking Pink! Accessories Council Pink Picks for Breast Cancer Research

September 27, 2011

I had the wonderful experience of attending an Accessories Council event called *AC Pink Picks*, where they gave me products that will be available for purchase during October for Breast Cancer Awareness Month to share with you. Please take a few minutes to watch my video and share it with others for this very important cause. Thank you!

Here are the products that I show in my video and where you can purchase them. A percentage of all of these products will be donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Please click on the *Master Keynote* Link, or individual links. It’s 38 Pages of amazing stuff!!

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Alex Woo Bracelet : http://www.alexwoo.com/

Limited Edition Breast Cancer Research Foundation Watch $65.00 http://www.anneklein.com

Aveda Hand Relief $20.00 (4.2oz)  http://www.aveda.com

Bumble & Bumble spray de mode $26.00 (10oz) http://www.bumbleandbumble.com

Bobbi Brown Pink Ribbon Collection $44.00 (Oct 2011 Only) http://www.bobbibrowncosmetics.com

chic buds Speaker Ball $29.99  http://www.chicbuds.com

Elizabeth Hurley Pink Ribbon Collection $24.00 (Limited Edition) http://www.esteelauder.com

Meaningful Pink Bow Pin $50.00 ($35.76 http://www.qvc.comhttp://www.kennethjaylane.com

La Mer – The Lip Balm $45.00 http://www.cremedelamer.com

Lacoste – Pink Croc Sunglasses 500 pairs http://www.lacoste.com

Snakeskin Bag http://www.mundiwestport.com

Thale Blanc Exclusive Pink http://www.thaleblanc.com

Below is my own contribution to Breast Cancer awareness month. Click on Picture for details. Thank you all so much for your support!

Top 10 Things that Make Women Look Old

June 27, 2010

Can wearing the wrong thing actually make you look older than you are? 

The answer, is… darlings, absolutely YES. 
Here are the Top Ten things that make you look old , if you are a woman. Men… You’ll get your turn next. 

1. Visible panty lines

A lined butt is an old looking butt. I don’t care who you are or how your butt looks. 

  

Insects belong on necklaces, not stuck on your face

 

2. Bright pink lipstick/heavy makeup

Incredibly outdated. Makes any wrinkles you do have look much worse. Plus small insects can get stuck on your face. Not good. 

3. Using a really old cell phone

Come on. They are called Smart Phones because smart people use them. Smart and not old. 

4. Baggy Clothes

If you can hide a large ham under your blouse, it’s time to downsize. Get something that fits. 

5. Arm candy more than 15 years younger than you.

The rule for dating or marrying a younger man is half your age plus 7. or…3 if you’re a man magnet. I mean… Do you really want to be asked if that’s your grandson?

5. Pantyhose

Yuck.

6. Undereye circles

Nothing will age you more than grey circles under your eyes. Get some concealer, and have a pro match it to your skin tone. 

7. Short hair, Long hair, Grey hair

Depends on your face shape, but usually anything TOO long, TOO short or TOO grey will add years on your face. 

8. Scrunchies in your hair

They should be banned.

9. Leggings

These don’t even look good on great legs…

10. TIE between bike shorts and fanny packs

So 80’s. Unless you are actually on a bike, please don’t wear these. The combination of the two is particularly lethal.

Thanks, dolls! Smooches!

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Man Rings, Muffin Tops, Moobs, and Mayhem

June 16, 2010

 

Bryan Viper

 

Once again, here is Style Dude at large, Bryan Viper, with a pithy guest post. 

 
Over the past week, I’ve considered many topics of discussion about which to write. It was suggested I talk about harem pants. Those are too easy. Yes, it looks like you either didn’t make it to the restroom in time, or you’ve got beautiful birthing hips…for an elephant! I considered writing about men wearing rings. Again, another easy topic. Thumb rings—uh, no. You’re asking for mockery to be thrown in your direction. Pinky rings…you’re not some Mafioso Godfather are you? Leave such things to the cast of Jersey Shore. The only acceptable ring wearing (in my opinion) is a wedding ring, a Super Bowl ring (don’t argue with a line backer), a skull or iron cross ring if you are a true punk or ride a Harley, and maybe a pair of brass knuckles if you’re in the hood. KIDDING!

New! But Don't Wear This if You're a Man.

 

However, what’s really beyond my understanding is why people continue to wear ill-fitting clothing. You know the type. Some guy with a beer belly wearing a shirt so tight that his man-boobs are pushed up while his belly button sticks out. Adversely, you find a short, toothpick of a guy that’s wearing a 2XL sized shirt that practically swallows him and looks more like a shirtdress. Or that woman walking in front of you on the sidewalk with her bra strap digging into her shoulders by almost an inch and you can count the rolls of fat on her back. The other extreme is dressing like Mary Kate Olsen with clothes so huge you look like a bag lady with a “blobular” shape. Come on people!!

This behavior is a little understandable for those that have gained or lost a significant amount of weight (recently). However, if that weight change happened months ago, get over the old you and embrace the new. Time to go shopping for some new duds. Check your oversized garbage bag style clothing at the door; adversely lose those sausage casings. Wear what FITS! Don’t look at some number on a label. Try it on and look in the mirror. If you can’t see a definite shape, then your clothes are too big. If your clothes look like a garbage bag, then expect to be left on the curb. If you can see every little wrinkle in your flesh, it’s too tight. Muffin tops are awesome…on muffins!

If you need help, there’s plenty out there. In a world of Rachel Zoe’s and other wardrobe stylists, to all the fashion mags and even that sales person at the department store, there are ample resources to find what looks good on you. You don’t need to break the bank either. Great style can be found for any budget, and trust me, wearing something that fits from H&M looks a hell of a lot better than that expensive Gucci number you’re wearing that’s 2 sizes too small. The same holds true if you’re talking about undergarments, outerwear, or just a pair of jeans and a t-shirt. Take a little pride in your appearance, or run the risk of being our running joke. Or don’t; we’re ready to laugh at your expense.

 Bryan Viper’s  fabulous blog can be read and enjoyed by clicking on the highlighted “fabulous blog” link above. He is a multi-faceted creative force to be reckoned with and please do your best to make him feel at home by following him on Twitter here. Thank you, Bryan!

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Why we love “Sex”

May 21, 2010

 

May 27th. And put on a slip. Gawd.

 

As I walked by this twelve story painted advertisement on Park Avenue in Manhattan yesterday a few thoughts occurred to me. What did I drink before Sex and the City with it’s frothy cosmopolitans existed? Wait a minute. Did I even …drink ? Did I ask myself random questions about love, life, men? Did I even think I didn’t…already know everything? Did I go to diners and cackle about random crap with my girlfriends? Did I even …eat? Was my closet a huge billowing mass of fashionista heaven? Did I even…shop?

Sex and the City 2, the movie, is coming out in a few days. 

I love Sex and the City and here’s why.

It’s well written. Whaaaat? you say? It’s not about the shoes? The sex? The hot men? How boring.

No, darlings. It’s not about the shoes, or the fashion. Or even the actual sex. Although all of that has been “good for me”. Those aspects of the series and movie are interesting in an over-the-top kind of way, but for me the allure of the show has always been the way the characters have been shaped and the hilarious things they say. I am a combination of all of those crazy women rolled into one. I think we all are. And I’m a sucker for one liners. 

Here are a few of my favorites. I could pick out fifty. But I won’t be drinking that much coffee today. Nobody should: 

 “I will never be the woman with the perfect hair, who can wear white and not spill on it.”

“I’m thinking balls are to men what purses are to women. It’s just a little bag, but we feel naked in public without it.”

“When Charlotte really liked somebody she said their whole name. It helped her picture their future monogrammed towels.

 “Oh my God, she’s fashion road-kill!”

Are we simply romantically challenged, or are we sluts?”

Haven’t we all thought these things at some time or another? 

The reality is there are so many poorly written TV show and movies out there that when one comes along that actually has good writing, I’m all over it. Writers don’t get enough credit for the work they do, it’s always the actors.

No, I won’t see it the first night it comes out. I’m not that kind of an addict. Lines and crowded theaters don’t appeal to me. But I will definitely see it within the first week.

If I don’t everybody will tell me the whole story and ruin it for me. When we’re at the diner, eating heart attacks on a plate. And downing cosmos at 12:01.

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The Bag Ladies and… David Beckham

April 20, 2010

As long as I can remember, I have had a “thing” for handbags. Yes, Jewelry is not the first thing I developed an addiction for, it was in fact handbags. Now, lest you think this is a bad thing, I can assure you that it is NOT. Is it their leathery goodness, their color, their shiny hardware? Who knows? I just love them all.

I’m proud to introduce Anne Agoren, the designer of izzibag, to you in this video blog. The blog was originally longer, but YouTube has a 10 minute limit. You can’t imagine how tough it was to choose which bags made it into the video. Enjoy! 

Anne’s beautiful and truly unique bags: izzibag, are new to the US and can be ordered by clicking here.

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