Self-Awareness, Relationships, Style & the Met Gala: My Interview with Stylist Tiffani Rogers

~The Simple Sophisticate, episode #156 ~Subscribe to The Simple Sophisticate: iTunes | Stitcher | iHeartRadio Each time NYC stylist Tiffani Rogers stops by The Simple Sophisticate podcast we begin with a conversation about the most recent trends and fashion events, but then it leads to a life discussion as we both, women in our 30s who are striving to enjoy the […] Listen now or continue reading below.
~The Simple Sophisticate, episode #156
~Subscribe to The Simple SophisticateiTunes | Stitcher | iHeartRadio

Each time NYC stylist Tiffani Rogers stops by The Simple Sophisticate podcast we begin with a conversation about the most recent trends and fashion events, but then it leads to a life discussion as we both, women in our 30s who are striving to enjoy the everyday, making it our own as well as reach our full potential while learning from the many lessons life abundantly shares with us. And this interview was no different.

As mentioned in the title of today’s episode, relationships and how to meet new friends and potential romantic partners are both discussed, as well as inching toward 40 and loving it. Tiffani also shares a couple of life lessons she has learned thus far, and we discover there is one approach we both use to remind us that we are doing just fine in this thing called life. Be sure to tune in.

Below are all the links, photos and videos discussed on the blog.

Style by Tiffani

  • Shop the City – Shopping Guide of Manhattan, use promo code SIMPLYLUX to save 10%
  • Discover Tiffani’s styling services: personal wardrobe, bridal, special occasion (online or in person)
    • Did you know you could hire her to be your on-call stylist? Yes! Weekly, Monthly, Yearly or Seasonal check-ins
  • Visit Tiffani’s blog for insights into taking care of your wardrobe, shopping and styling

~Past interview with Tiffani Rogers on The Simple Sophisticate:

~2017 Met Gala, honoring Comme des Garçons designer Rei Kawakubo. Red Carpet style discussed on the episode:

~Priyanka Chopra in Ralph Lauren~

~Gisele Bündchen in Stella McCartney~

~Katy Perry in Comme des Garçon~

~Blake Lively in Burberry~

~Watch Norma Kamali video on the difference between 21 and 71 here 

 

~Petit Plaisir

~Blueberry & Rhubarb Crostata, find the recipe here.



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8 thoughts on “Self-Awareness, Relationships, Style & the Met Gala: My Interview with Stylist Tiffani Rogers

  1. Hi, Sharon… Will you publish the transcript? I love your podcasts, but prefer reading to listening. Thanks!

    1. Unfortunately, there is no transcript that will be published. With interviews, they are available in full only in the audio version. Thank you for your interest and stopping by. 🙂

  2. I loved the Met Gala coverage. I will say though, that I much prefer the people who actually try to adhere to the theme. Considering Gisele and Tom Brady were hosts of the event, I think she could have found a much better dress than this. No doubt she looks amazing as ever, but there’s nothing on theme about this dress. It’s like going to a fabulous masquerade ball and refusing to wear a costume. Some of the looks I loved from the event (in addition to ones you mentioned like Rihanna), that managed to be both gorgeous AND on theme were Cara Delevigne, Ruth Negga, Zendaya, and Tracee Ellis Ross.

  3. Shannon. I love your podcasts. This one, however, was actually jarring because of your guest’s sudden and unexpected high pitched outbursts/laughter. Thanks for all you do.

    1. Thank you for tuning in. Tiffani’s exuberance and energy is one of things I admire about her. The fault is most likely my editing of the episode. Thank you for your feedback. 🙂

  4. Shannon,

    I listened to this podcast late Monday evening. I loved Tiffani’s laugh, it made me chuckle every time she did it. The two of you were having so much fun, it felt like a girls night minus the wine. I am now following her and you of course on Instagram. I am planning a trip to NYC next May, I will checking out the City Guides.

    1. Tina,
      Thank you for tuning it! In all honesty, once we start chatting, I forget it is being taped and it is quite similar to conversations we have when we get together in the city. I appreciate your comment.

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