In the Dressing Room with Brenda: A Fun and Practical Guide to Buying Smart and Looking Great (Google eBook)

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Council Oak Books, 2001 - Health & Fitness - 210 pages
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Brenda Kinsel tackles underwear, the booty, and the nightmare of shopping with kids (please pass the Valium!) - all while helping women make sense out of the vast imponderable that is the world of fashion. With gentle understanding, she helps every woman develop a healthier relationship with herself by taking a lighter look at hang-ups, and a deeper look at the fashion traps that are out there ready to grab the unsuspecting consumer.
  

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User Review  - Megan - Goodreads

I like that Brenda talks a lot about how to be realistic about a wardrobe. She offers great advice and she is hilarious throughout her book. Read full review

Review: In The Dressing Room with Brenda: A Fun and Practical Guide to Buying Smart and Looking Great

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Fun stuff on proportion and silhouette! Read full review

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Contents

Introduction
1
In the Beginning There Were Fig Leaves
7
Brens Rules Rock
14
Get Current
20
Looking for Distraction
31
Does Size Matter?
37
Fashion Fung Shway?
44
What to Wear to Score
54
Going to Work and What the Heck is Casual Anyway?
114
Going Places
126
Everything You Must Know about Underwear
133
Yikes Bikes and Other Sport Gear
142
Caring for Those Babies
148
Dont Pack Trouble
158
The Wimps Guide to Tattoos
167
Confessions of a FashionMaven Snob
175

Capsules Anyone?
65
Stand Up and Be Measured
74
Fit First
86
Wedgies and Other Misfits
95
Bust Up and Put Together
101
Shopping with Kids or Where Is the Rest Room? I Need to Scream Now
181
Fashion Calendar for Smarties
187
Myths Exploded into Smithereens
193
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About the author (2001)

Brenda Kinsel has been a professional image consultant since 1985. She is a member of The Association of Image Consultants International and was awarded their "Immie" prize for outstanding contribution to the profession. She is a columnist for the Pacific Sun newspaper and lives in Marin County, California.

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