Closet Smarts: Flatter Your Figure with the Clothes You Already Have

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Fair Winds Press, Aug 7, 2006 - Health & Fitness - 192 pages
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Short-waisted? Wearing a low-slung belt the color of your pants or skirts lengthens your waist like magic.
Chunky calves? Avoid capri pants and mid-calf skirts like the plague.
Poochy belly? A V-neck top will bring the eye up in the most flattering way, as long as it doesn't cling.
And hundreds more tips keyed to your figure and how to make it look its best!

Finally, the real secret for looking thinner without dieting or exercise! It's all about what you wear. In this book, women will learn how to analyze their figure strengths and weaknesses and play up their good features while minimizing their weaknesses. They'll find out how to choose the colors that flatter them most and find the clothes that will look great on them as well as avoiding clothes that will look awful. Shopping for clothes will never be a dreaded chore again!

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User Review  - Leena - Goodreads

The author had some interesting ideas but a lot of them were quite idiosyncratic - OK, I get that she really hates turtlenecks! *sob* Anyway, it had lots of pictures and I like books with pictures. So there. Read full review

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User Review  - Fritz - Goodreads

I like this better than The Wardrobe Wakeup by Lois Joy Johnson because while the latter gives the line up for the classics, Closet Smarts acknowledges the fact that not all have the same shape to ... Read full review

About the author (2006)

Emily Neill was working on her doctorate in theology at Harvard when she decided that helping people reshape their wardrobes (and improve their self-images) was a lot more fun. She's been doing it professionally ever since via her Boston-based consulting company, Closet Smarts. Emily and Closet Smarts were recently featured in DailyCandy Boston and CBS News' The Women's View.

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