J. Crew’s Crinkle Gingham Boy Shirt is a great iteration of one of my favorite summer color combos. The updated boy shirt now features a centered back seam (so it’ll fit you better) and details taken from classic men’s shirting, along with a bigger and brighter gingham print. It’s the perfect summer shirt. Also … Continue Reading
Las Bayadas was founded by a husband and wife duo who fell in love with Mexican culture while on vacation. Today, the brand donates 10% of each piece to support scholarship programs for Costa Verde International School. Their Alvaro Pompom Straw Tote looks smart with any outfit – and will help others develop their intellect too. … Continue Reading
Faherty’s Slim-Fit Stretch-Cotton Chino Shorts are the perfect summer bottom for your Man/Boy. Cut slim from flexible stretch-cotton, they are garment-dyed and washed for a soft, time-worn feel that is designed to hit just above the knee. Wear them at the beach and casual dinners alike. A summer classic. Also comes in red. So Suzy … Continue Reading
Sun days are fun days – but they can also pose a danger to your family’s skin. Try my new favorite sunblock La Roche-Posay Anthelios Kids Sunscreen for Face and Body, SPF 60 with Antioxidants and Vitamin E that my doctor friend recommend. I slather it on every time I head to the beach and … Continue Reading
RXBARs are whole food protein bars with just six to eight whole food ingredients. They’re as good for what they contain — 12g of egg white protein, 4g of fiber, 200 calories each – as well as what they don’t have; no added sugar, no gluten, no soy, no dairy, no GMO. Try all 8 … Continue Reading
Super Rooster and Wonder Cat by Alma Hammond and Hugh Keiser follows the adventures of besties Rooster and Cat whose usual superpower practice is interrupted by Crab, Ray, and Shark who are very different.. Children will enjoy following Rooster and Cat as they overcome their fear to discover new friends with special powers of their own. Super Rooster and … Continue Reading
Behold the Dreamers is Imbolo Mbue’s debut novel about a young Cameroonian couple making a new life in New York just as the Great Recession upends the economy. The page turner explores the trap doors in the American Dream along with other eta issues in our society in a gripping tale. A satisfying read. So Suzy Says.
So Suzy Says was born out of my love for sharing all of my personal resources and innate sense of style with those I care about. I’ve been told that I can ‘sell ice to Eskimos’ and connect people together on many mutually beneficial levels. Read More >