Sept. 14, 2012
-- Fashion consultant and author Gwen Mazer, who has provided personal image and style services to many, including Oprah, will keynote this year’s Singles Extravaganza, Saturday, October 13, 2012, 7:30pm-Midnight, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, Grand Peninsula Ballroom, 1333 Bayshore Hwy, Burlingame CA 94010. Her topic is What's Age Got to Do with It? Having Great Style at EVERY Age. Ms Mazer will also transform several singles in attendance as she demonstrates complete fashion makeovers and the fashion factors that attract.
“Clothes talk," says Gwen Mazer. “When you are looking to date what is it you want to communicate with the way you are dressed? Your personal style creates a sense of your personality and character. It is not about having a flawless figure or physique or wearing the latest touted fashion trend. Feeling confident about your appearance puts you more at ease with yourself and others.”
“Terrible style advice can be found everywhere”, says Ms Mazer, “much of it from opinionated bloggers with no fashion background to inform their ideas about real style. The tasteless, Hollywood, celebrity style of the Kardashians with their own clothing collection may be fine for the lifestyle they live out for their fans. They provide bad style advice, hardly what you want to present as your personal style signature in the real world.”
Gwen Mazer is the author of Wise Talk Wild Women and a former fashion editor for Harper’s Bazaar. Her advice has been featured by The San Francisco Chronicle and numerous other newspapers, radio, and TV shows. Gwen Mazer is available to the news media for interviews by calling 415/922-7935. Her website is www.gwenmazer.com.
The Extravaganza opens at 7pm with exhibits from the leading singles organizations of the Bay Area. It continues at 7:30pm with Ms Mazer’s Keynote Address & Fashion Makeovers. Singles Extravaganza concludes with a Dance Party, 9pm-Midnight. Adults of all ages are welcome. The cost is $20 at the door. Anyone wishing more information may visit www.thepartyhotline.com or call 415-507-9962.