Stop into the Brentwood Country Mart’s Capitol , Laura Vinroot Poole’s luxury boutique featuring well-curated picks from the worlds of fashion, fragrance and footwear. The store is as beautiful as the wares it sells… and my darling Clementine who will be working there too . So Suzy Says.
On Thursday, May 2nd 12:30pm-6pm, Gayle Shea will park her well-priced and well-curated fashion collection at 13004 San Vicente Blvd. Affordable prices, current trends all in a truck…. that will be at this location the first Thursday of each month. Shop local. So Suzy Says.
“the Eyes are the window to your soul” said William Shakespeare. “And, I can frame them,” says David Gonzales of Alexander Gray Optical. A purveyor of high end spectacles for 20 plus years, David will find the perfect frame for your face. You’ll look spectacle-tacular. So Suzy Says.
In Bocca al Lupo is a collection of treasures from all over the world curated by my pal Andrea Gibbin and showcased in her well-curated webspace. Need an Irish Elephant? Andrea’s got one of those – and a vast array of other whimsical items that will spruce up any space. So Suzy Says. … Continue Reading
The Colleagues’ Resale Room located in Santa Monica at 3312 Pico Blvd (near Centinela Blvd) sells vintage, budget and designer clothes, accessories, jewelry, menswear, antiques, decorative arts, and home goods. The funds generated by The Colleagues help The Children’s Institute improve the lives of more than 24,000 children and families each year. If you’re going vintage go see … Continue Reading
The Brentwood General Store has the best gifts for every occasion …. and they’ll wrap them up to make the presentation special. Gift baskets are what they’re known for. The family run business has been a westside staple for years – Melissa and her husband know everyone in town. BGS ships nationwide. It’s a great … Continue Reading
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 >