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Out & About with Suze Solari, Professional Stylist & Fashion Writer

May 18th, 2016 5:00 PM

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By Suze Solari

Wardrobe Consultant

Amity Children's Aid Foundation held their annual Luncheon & Fashion Show fundraiser on May 10th at the Oak Park Country Club in River Forest. Despite the rain, the volunteer board members worked diligently with local retailers & vendors to provide a fun atmosphere for guests to shop, silent auction & be treated to an inspiring multi-season fashion show.

I was on hand to give an insight into Spring & Summer trends in accessories. Models wore a simple LBD, 'little black dress'. This wardrobe staple can easily be transformed from a day to evening look by changing from a flat shoe, like an espadrille or oxford, to a platform wedge sandal, or open toe bootie.

Add an animal print or metallic belt and graphic print scarf or bold jewelry & clutch to instantly change up your outfit for date - night. Be sure to add in tassels & fringe - playful details that are current trends - super chic & have staying power.

Suze Solari is a Professional Stylist, Fashion writer, and author of e-book, The T Shirt & Jeans Handbook, Stylish Upgrades for your Daily Uniform.

She is known for helping her clients achieve their own personal style to suit their lifestyle, and maximize their wardrobe investment, by mixing and matching existing pieces in new ways.

Suze has clients all over Chicagoland, L.A., Atlanta & Boston.

Get help TODAY: The T Shirt & Jeans handbook, Stylish Upgrades for your daily Uniform.

It's a look-book full of cute, casual outfits & tips on everything from finding the right jeans to new ways to accessorize! Click here to purchase the book.

Contact:
Email: suzesolari@me.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/suzstyl

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