Always in style: the complete guide for creating your best look : style, bodyline, wardrobe, color, hair, make-up
To be well dressed, a woman must wear clothes that complement her physically, express her personality, are current, and are appropriate for the occasion. She must develop her own style. It is possible to use the simple guidelines described in Always in Style to develop your own look and then to reach in the fashion direction that reflects your personality.
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Color Me Confident: Change Your Look - Change Your Life!
Veronique Henderson,Pat Henshaw
No preview available - 2006
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