Suzanne Libfraind

Dress The Life You Live

Nothing else is quite like the feeling of looking your very best. Your wardrobe should reflect your personality and fit your lifestyle. I work with women and men to develop wardrobes with clothing choices that fit, flatter and make getting dressed a pleasure. I love to go behind the scenes for closet consultations that simplify daily routines and save precious time, but you are just as likely to find me under spotlights as I partner with businesses, retailers and media to design styling events, photo shoots and television segments. Let me help you find your signature style so you can dress the life you live!

Don’t Lose It While You’re Losing It!

If you’re like a lot of people, you may find you’ve gained weight over the winter. Are you waiting to drop a size before you do any spring clothes shopping? Here are a few tips to ease you through the transition until you reach your goal weight:

  • Don't Lose ItAvoid contrasting colors. Wear a single color or similar colors. This gives the illusion of a longer, leaner look.
  • Take advantage of shapewear, and make sure undergarments fit properly. Pay special attention to your bra; studies show more than half of American women are wearing the wrong size. Foundation pieces are key to making your entire outfit look better.
  • Avoid wearing anything that is too loose or too snug. Clothes that fit properly are the most flattering for any body type.
  • Maintain a simple silhouette. Avoid decorative belts, pleated pants, and elastic banding around the waist, which can add visual pounds.
  • Avoid horizontal stripes. Go for vertical stripes, and keep other patterns small and simple.
  • At each point in your weight loss journey, try to have a minimum of three outfits that make you feel good about yourself. You can wear them over and over, and mix and match as needed.

From my closet to yours,


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