If you’re like me and have lots of clothes but nothing to wear, this book is definitely for you! Here’s why I love “Nothing to Wear” by Nicola Cupples:
- It helps you understand the psychological factors of your style and shopping habits.
- It teaches you how to work with your body shape (yes, there’s a tall section!).
- It gives you simple, tactical guidelines for constructing outfits that are comfortable AND stylish (I didn’t know this was possible!).
[spacer size=”20″]Overall, this book not only left me with solid tips for improving my image but also gave me the confidence to explore, experiment and have fun with my wardrobe. I highly recommend it! Get it on your Kindle here.
Readers: Have you read any style books? If so, what style books do you recommend?
I don’t always feel as feminine as I’d like because of my height. I’ve discovered though, that you don’t need to wear excessive make-up, pile on the accessories, or flaunt a shorter skirt to look and feel more feminine. To look more feminine, just be subtle and elegant. A few smart pieces can go a long way.
I tend to avoid piling on the jewelry. If you look through my posts, you’ll see that my signature style for bracelets is very minimalistic!
Readers: Do you like to pile on the jewelry or do you feel comfortable wearing only a few key pieces?
A true, classic red nail polish like Essie’s Really Red is a great way to instantly add drama and sophistication to any outfit. It’s the perfect pop of color without looking too crazy.
I try to explore other colors, but I always find myself coming back to Essie’s Really Red! If you’re looking for a truly rich red color, look no further. The name says it all!
Readers: What’s your favorite classic red nail polish?