What to Wear for the Rest of Your Life: Ageless Secrets of Style by Kim Johnson Gross (2010)
Are you “feeling fat” and wondering what to wear? Is your closet jammed full with a lot of things you seldom wear but you reach for the same tried and true outfits? I prescribe this quick read by a former model, fashion editor, and magazine columnist who has felt your pain and knows what you should do to feel better about yourself and your clothing choices.
This upbeat book aimed at “the woman past her 30s” will initially help you rejuvenate your existing wardrobe without spending a penny by helping you discover your “Feel-Good Closet.” With clever tips and a humorous tone, Kim recommends that you analyze what feels comfortable and still looks good in the mirror. She will help you to realize that a good foundation of suitable undergarments may make all the difference in how you look. You will also be compelled to get rid of a lot of the clothes you never wear in your closet since you don’t feel “good” wearing them.
Complete with suggestions on what you should spend your cash on to make you feel confident about what you wear, you’ll also finally understand why you keep reaching for the same shoes or pants over and over. The brand names of the new “closet classics” you purchase may not be as upscale as the authors’ are, but you’ll begin to understand principles to guide you as you shop for new clothing to fit your own personal lifestyle.
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