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Sass N Style Facebook Fan Page

  • by Amy Salinger
  • June 4th, 2009
  • My Style

Sass N Style finally has a Facebook fan page! Oh please become my friend, I don’t want to look like a loser. I am sassy. I am stylish. I am definitely worth being a fan of! I am trying to build a fashion empire while being completely technically un-inclined. Please support me as I need strong encouragement sitting at my daunting computer. Sass N Style wants to be friends with you!:)

Something Blue…. For Your Wedding!

  • by Amy Salinger
  • June 2nd, 2009
  • My Style


Rarely do brides think outside the box when it comes to the age old traditions of “something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue”. Well, here is your chance! I am all about promoting new and fantastic ways to be the most original (and stylish) bride possible. Open your mind, broaden your horizons and just go there… Wherever “there” might be!

I love colored shoes. Be it date night or your wedding night, it is a sure fire way to liven up your look and get hearts racing. Your future husband and wedding guests may be prepared for the big, white dress, but the blue shoes will definitely make a splash. The most fabulous part about showing off your “something blue” in this manner, is that for most gowns you can’t even see your shoes until you sit down to take off the garter! I love a good surprise at any wedding:)

So put your traditional side forward and make way for your sassy side to actually get you down the aisle…. The greatest part about purchasing your “something blue” shoes is that they will actually get some use after the big day! Ah, recession proof tradition.

Moda in Blue Pelle Satin Peep Toe Stacee Shoes

Sass N Style is a podcast!

  • by Amy Salinger
  • June 1st, 2009
  • My Style

That’s right folks! I am going global! I am going big! I am going……… everywhere!!! Seriously, it is time that I enlist my very important readers to bring Sass N Style to the rest of the world. Please spread the fashion love. Help the mismatched, over-done, over-styled, fashion victims of this universe by broadening their horizons and introduce them to yours truly. Amy Salinger and Sass N Style are here to save the fashion world! Let’s make it a featured podcast, tell one, tell all, tell everyone. Thanks!!!

Wedding Bee Post: Headpiece Heaven

  • by Amy Salinger
  • May 27th, 2009
  • My Style

I am sure that all of you brides out there are thrilled that I am now an official Wedding Bee Pro because now you will have wedding style advice from yours truly! This time I dove head first into the wonderful world of headpieces! So many to choose from, so little time, what to do? Read my post at Wedding Bee, that’s what!

Business Meeting Chic in HOT Weather!

I know that my version of what one must be dressed like for a business meeting is definitely varied from that of the “normal” workforce, but that’s why God invented styling!:)

Yesterday I went to a meeting with a production company (not for my own show, at least not yet:), and knew that I had to look stylish, professional, fun, trendy and overall, hot. This leaves an interesting mix of adjectives that would make most people’s heads hurt. Luckily, I had just the dress!

Here in NYC (I believe they have a few others on the east coast and in LA), we have a great store called Zara. You really should check it out. It has reasonable prices for trendy yet fun and professional clothing. Weren’t these three of the words I used in my description? I got this dress last year, not because I went to the store, but because it didn’t fit a client I had bought it for. This is yet another danger of my job because I think everything I buy is cute, no matter who it is for, if it doesn’t fit them I sometimes end up owning it. Oops.

This light, linen, jean colored dress hit all of my descriptive notes on how I wanted to woo the production company with my awesome ensemble. The ’50s throwback with the silhouette hit my trendy mark. Think Donna Reed and funk her out 2009 style. The classic, simple ring on my left hand kept it office appropriate by not overdoing it with jewelry (something I tend to lean toward:). What you can’t see if that I do have on a large, thick pair of ornate gold hoops so that I still put my stamp on the whole look! Now, I do have on sandals (studded for that matter!), but this is an informal meeting that took place in my friends office and I am selling myself as a fashion stylist. I am not trying to be a lawyer here! The point is, sandals may be inappropriate for most meetings, but not for this one.

Overall, this dress would be appropriate for any office. My client that I bought it for was actually a lawyer! Add a waist-length cardigan and a cute pair of flats and you would be good to go. I love looking fabulous all of the time and so should you!