Susan G. | Wellsboro, PA

By on October 30, 2012, in Soft Surroundings

“Remember to be rather than seem to be!”

How would you describe your style?

Looking pulled-together at all times is a priority for me. That’s why I like classic, simple items that don’t require a lot of thought and have timeless style.

Who in your life has inspired you most?

My mom.

What is your secret indulgence?

Spanx and “funky chunky” jewelry.

Where is your favorite place to travel?

NYC – a style mecca!

What is the best beauty advice you’ve ever received?

“Remember to be rather than seem to be!”

What one clothing item is worth splurging for?

Good shoes.

What is one fashion rule you always abide by?

Better to invest in quality pieces than buy more pieces; build your wardrobe around a few classic items each season.

What is one fashion rule that was made to be broken?

No more need to match shoes to bag to belt, etc.!

Do you have a signature scent?

D&G Light Blue and

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Givenchy Ysatis.

How do you unwind?

Relaxing with my hubby & daughters; paging through style & home decor mags.

What are you most proud of?

My family.

How would you describe the decor of your house?

Eclectic mix of antiques, old & new home accents

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that I change out seasonally to reflect a relaxed, welcoming vibe.

What’s your passion project or hobby?

Jewelry-making, reading.

How has your style evolved over the years?

Always a classic baseline, adding trendy details, hues, accessories.

What’s your beauty routine?

Keep it simple and quick!

Do you have a signature accessory?

I enjoy wearing a brooch or silk flower on my lapel/chest.

Who influenced your personal style?

Audrey Hepburn.

Quote to live by?

“Whatever you are, be a good one.”

What is your favorite Soft Surroundings product?Gossamer Sweater

Gossamer Sweater

  • Dawn

    Susan in the 8 years I’ve known her has always been a class act! Have to echo Sondra’s comment above: Hope you win this, Susan! 🙂

  • Sondra

    I’ve known Susan a VERY long time, and I have never known her to be anything but a class act. A great lady, following in the footsteps of her mother. She so deserves this.

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