Dress Your Best : Complete Guide to Finding the Style That is Right for Your Body, Paperback

Dress Your Best : Complete Guide to Finding the Style That is Right for Your Body Paperback

3 out of 5 (4 ratings)

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 256 pages, 4 colour photographs
  • Publisher: Random House USA Inc
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Fashion & society
  • ISBN: 9780307236715

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Lots of fun - I've loved Stacy and Clinton (especially Clinton) for some time now, and this book is a great extension of their show. Beautiful photos, great style tips and lots of fun.

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3

One of my favorite shows is TLC's What Not to Wear and I was excited when I heard that a book based on the show was coming out. When I first saw the book, I thought that it would provide the type of in depth information which was done on the show.However, after reading the book, I was both wrong and right. While the book does a great job in reflecting the different types of body types, it falls short in reference to fully describing the different types of clothes when in different situations. Although it does mention what you should wear to work, on the weekend, and evening wear, I feel it would be more helpful to the reader if there was more examples provided like maybe swimsuits for women for example. Although the book provided lots of advice and fashion terms, it may have confused someone who doesn't know much about fashion. With that being said,I really appreciated the fact that there was a glossary in the back with pictures to help the reader. Overall, it was a very good book but for the amount of attention given to each body type, you might be better off going to the library, checking out the book, and making a copy rather than actually buying the book.

Review by
3

One of my favorite shows is TLC's What Not to Wear and I was excited when I heard that a book based on the show was coming out. When I first saw the book, I thought that it would provide the type of in depth information which was done on the show.However, after reading the book, I was both wrong and right. While the book does a great job in reflecting the different types of body types, it falls short in reference to fully describing the different types of clothes when in different situations. Although it does mention what you should wear to work, on the weekend, and evening wear, I feel it would be more helpful to the reader if there was more examples provided like maybe swimsuits for women for example. Although the book provided lots of advice and fashion terms, it may have confused someone who doesn't know much about fashion. With that being said,I really appreciated the fact that there was a glossary in the back with pictures to help the reader. Overall, it was a very good book but for the amount of attention given to each body type, you might be better off going to the library, checking out the book, and making a copy rather than actually buying the book.

Review by
3

One of my favorite shows is TLC's What Not to Wear and I was excited when I heard that a book based on the show was coming out. When I first saw the book, I thought that it would provide the type of in depth information which was done on the show.However, after reading the book, I was both wrong and right. While the book does a great job in reflecting the different types of body types, it falls short in reference to fully describing the different types of clothes when in different situations. Although it does mention what you should wear to work, on the weekend, and evening wear, I feel it would be more helpful to the reader if there was more examples provided like maybe swimsuits for women for example. Although the book provided lots of advice and fashion terms, it may have confused someone who doesn't know much about fashion. With that being said,I really appreciated the fact that there was a glossary in the back with pictures to help the reader. Overall, it was a very good book but for the amount of attention given to each body type, you might be better off going to the library, checking out the book, and making a copy rather than actually buying the book.