Fabuliss Rocks! July 4, 2012

As I drove home one Friday, pondering my 4 hour appointment the next Monday with a photographer from Chicago for Businessweek, I panicked!  How to know what to wear?  I went from one option to another, totally confusing myself. Finally, it dawned on me:  Call Fabuliss!!! I desperately needed feedback and I trust Sasha Westin. Sasha worked me into her calendar on Saturday, and we reviewed the possible options in my closet.  As you can see from the pictures below which ran in the June 4, 2012 issue of Bloomberg Businessweek and on their online site, Sasha was on the mark!

The photo above was taken at the Science Museum of Minnesota and superimposed by a photo of my cube at Infor.

Taken in a quiet corner of Rice Park

Three photos above by Josh Poehlein

After the rush of getting the outfit right for Businessweek, it occurred to me that it was more than time to update my wardrobe; Sasha and I scheduled a Saturday shopping session and hit three stores in two hours.  Having her pull the outfits in advance made the shopping experience which I usually hate, almost pleasurable! Her time management skills made the most of our two hours.

Let’s see some shots of Fabuliss taken after our successful shopping session!

For more information about Fabuliss and her services, go to: , follow her on Twitter at:  @Fabuliss or email her at

Kay Roseland @KayLoire


Fabuliss the Trendsetter! April 18, 2011

A week ago, Shareology was sooooo taken with the crystal necklace Fabuliss was wearing, that she sent me a picture of a similar necklace in a store she was in shortly after Java Meetup 612.   Fabuliss looked smashing in her necklace!  

Yesterday, Shareology was sweeping through Southdale and realized Fabuliss had hit yet another trend!  There in the window of Ann Taylor was THE Crystal Necklace:

For more trendsetting fashion fabulissity, check out Fabuliss at  or follow her on Twitter  @Fabuliss

For Java Meetup 612 try  #jmu612 or @jmu612 on twitter.

Kay Roseland   @KayLoire


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