So I decided to write a review. The book is very helpful especially to beginners Styling is not new to me I love it and most of my cousins and friends often seek my advice on what should go with this and that This is what you will see when you open the book All chapters feature a celebrity: having different personalities and body type
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Dec 11, Kaye rated it liked it The best thing about this book was the illustrations! The sketches made for a great breather on an otherwise text-heavy book. I thought that the sections where she went over different scenarios by mixing and matching trendy pieces with the basics was well though out as well. My one comment about this book though is that while being really attentive to detail, it The best thing about this book was the illustrations!
I got really mad when I got to the part where the book illustrated the "right jeans" for every body type and lo and behold, the sketches all look like slight, tall women with really small waists. Anyway, would I recommend it to others? Sure, but with reservations. I was just a bit disheartened that the suggestions and tips in the book are limited to an audience that have small to medium body frames. My personal favorite: Chapter 1. Empowered even.
Grab your copy and get styLIZed! The fashion tips here are nothing original but they were interlaced beautifully, if I might add to inspire you to bring out your own style. I got a lot of pretty ideas about mixing-and-matching from this book and I find myself scanning the pages again from time-to-time to find new inspiration. Props to Liz Uy and the team!
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