It’s always fun to meet a celebrity that you admire but more so when they turn out to be easy going and friendly. That was just the case when Katherine and I attended a recent Swarovski event on Miami Beach. We met the never-dull cohost of Fashion Police on E! George Kotsiopoulos as he shared his favorite selections from Swarovski’s new spring line and introduced his new book, “Glamorous by George.”
What I noticed first about George was his friendly nature and positive vibe. He complimented each person about an item they were wearing as part of their overall fashion. He was trying to make each guest feel good about at least one fashion choice. He made you feel that you shouldn’t be nervous about what he might say and I fully appreciated it. Katherine got major compliments on her very sparkly strappy high heel sandals that turned out to be an awesome find at a discounted rate and her Swarovski necklace. My compliment was regarding the bold-colored blouse I was wearing that paired with the fun Swarovski piece that accented it. We both walked away feeling like moms and women who can rock their look and were so proud!
Since the evening was a tribute to George and his new book, we purchased one that he signed for us. Who is this book for? YOU- OUR READERS! I have glanced through the book and feel I need to have one! Every woman she read through the pages as they just draw you in. He chronicles major fashion trends and looks throughout the decades to make suggestions on how any woman can be glamorous in her own unique way. My favorite part was the very helpful section regarding tips on what actually is a fashion headache for many women- what to wear when you receive an invitation that includes a ‘fashion guideline.’ For example- what really is the difference between cocktail attire and black-tie attire? Understanding the difference can make you dazzle or go unnoticed at an important event in your life and that’s never fun. I also really enjoyed the section about being gracious and glamorous as a host or hostess- something that is not always easy for busy moms with older kids who demand so much of our time.
Be sure to enter our fun giveaway below! George’s inscription is simple and fun but so true: ‘Keep it glam!’ We hope many of you enter and we’ll be mailing this great guide to being a more fashionable YOU to a lucky reader very soon.
Cheers to being more glamorous chicas!
***GIVEAWAY!!!*** BILINGUAL DETAILS BELOW
Now it’s your opportunity to WIN this fabulous guide and have it delivered directly to you! Win your own, SIGNED copy of “Glamous by George” by leaving a comment below answering ONE of the following questions:
– Why do you need to update your fashion and look?
– What fashion style describes you or fits you best? For example: Flirty and free like the 60s!
AND enter your information into the Rafflecopter widget below. Be sure to check out the extra entry options. Last day to enter is midnight on Friday, March 28th.
Ahora es tu oportunidad de ganar esta guía fabulosa y se lo enviamos directamente a su casa! Gane su propia copia, firmada de “Glamous por George” dejando un comentario más abajo contestando una de las preguntas siguientes:
– ¿Por qué usted necesita actualizar su moda y estilo?
– ¿Qué estilo describe su personalidad mejor? Por ejemplo: Glamour y libre como los años 60!
Y favor de introducir sus datos en el widget Rafflecopter a continuación. Asegúrese de revisar las opciones de entrada adicionales. Último día para entrar es la medianoche del viernes 28 de marzo.
As a mother of twin tweens in 2011 and an active Girl Scout Troop leader, Cristy realized there was a need to develop bilingual digital content and foster a community facing the challenges of raising kids after first grade. That year she founded and remains co-Publisher of Los Tweens & Teens, to support multicultural parents and mentors with content related to raising Gen Z- tweens & teens ages 7-18. Through the Los Tweens & Teens LIVE events such as Teens & Me – the growing team aims to provide our community with essential resources from chats with therapists to battle anxiety and bullying, to understanding social media and technology.
A New Jersey native of Cuban decent, Cristy is a board member of Amigos For Kids – a non-profit organization dedicated to preventing child abuse in the South Florida community. She is a teenage cancer survivor and speaks nationally at conferences and volunteers with cancer-awareness organizations such as St. Jude Children’s Hospital and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of South Florida.