Sep 26, 201209:22 AMIn Her View
Business Insights & Inspiration
Amy Salinger of SassNStyle
Amy Salinger is a nationally recognized fashion expert who has styled for such television shows as, “The Oprah Winfrey show”, TLC’s “What Not to Wear” and “The Makeover Story”. Amy has appeared on “The Today Show”, MTV and has toured the country as a shopping expert appearing on local morning news programs. In addition, she has styled several on-air hosts for HGTV. Most recently, Salinger attended Mercedes-Benz fashion week going backstage to interview top professionals and celebrities. Amy has been featured as an expert in the pages of the NY Times, People Style Watch, InStyle, Real Simple, The Wall Street Journal and Life and Style publication, among others. All of her style knowledge is available for any fashion junkie at her daily blog and web series, www.SassnStyle.com. Amy is dedicated to bringing fashion out of your closet and teaching her clients that there is no such thing as having “nothing to wear”. Her techniques are proven to save time and money by understanding what you own, knowing how to use it and how to evolve it. Buy what you need. Use what you have.
Amy's 3 Fashion Tips:
- Build your fashion house: Every wardrobe is built on great basics. It is like a house, without the foundation, you cannot build upward. A few great basics for any wardrobe include dark straight let jeans, a crisp white button down and a single breasted black blazer.
- Add a pop of fun: If you are one of the millions of women who love to only wear dark colors, this tip is for you. Try adding a great piece of statement jewelry, a fun bag or colorful shoes to your outfit. This will change up your look only slightly and also make you the most fashionable person in the room.
- Empire waist is your friend: This style hits just below your bust and cinches you in. For those days that you don't feel great about yourself, this is a good style that allows your midsection to breathe. Empire waist is best in a dress, but if you wear a top, the length of the shirt should be longer then your waist.
Look for Amy in The Women's Book Fall magazine