Celebrity Style: The Recessionista Guests on Steven Cojocaru’s (Cojo) Style Chat

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We all know that celebrities wear expensive clothes on the red carpet.  But just because it’s pricey doesn’t mean it’s classy.   And no one knows how to separate the trash from the class like Red Carpet  style critic, fashion guru and P*E*R*S*O*N*L*I*T*Y Steven Cojocaru (Cojo).  Join me Friday, Nov. 5th at 10:30 am PST/1:30 am EST, 5:30 pm UK when  I’ll be chatting live as a guest with  Steven Cojocaru (Cojo) on his show Cojo Style here on The Recessionista.  I think most of you know Steven from TV and his commentary in People Magazine. I had the pleasure of seeing him in action at Fashion’s Night Out Los Angeles quizzing Samuel L. Jackson at the Armani boutique.  I am confident that you’ll enjoy hearing what Cojo has to say about celebrity style, and style in general. There’s never a dull moment with Cojo.  You can count on witty comments and some spicy insights.   Cojo has an irreverent take on things and he tells it like it is.  Remember when he laid smack down on Gwyneth’s crazy Red Carpet “Goth Look”?   If only Gwyneth had called Cojo, he might have rescued her from the dreaded fate of fashion purgatory.  There’s nothing worse than having the best fashion at your fingertips, but making terrible choices that send you down in flames into fashion hell.  Or even worse, to become a Fashion victim,  tormented by a style backlash heard across the Internet from website to blog, Twitter to YouTube.  Cojo chat is preventative…he forecasts disaster before it befalls you!

So log-in to Cojostyle.com, or follow along on Twitter using the hashtag #CojoChat (for best chatting use Tweetgrid or TweetChat.)  You can follow Cojo on Twitter @CojoStyle and follow me, at you guessed it @Recessionista.  I look forward to hearing from all of you!


Since 2008, Mary Hall has been the author of The Recessionista Blog, which is read by thousands of regular readers in over 160 countries. An internationally recognized expert on the art of the living the good life for less, she has been a commentator on local, national, and international radio and TV shows. Her advice has been featured in over 2,000 media outlets, including The New York Times, Reuters, Life & Style magazine, ABC News, NBC News and now The Huffington Post, among many others.