Looking Good: Wardrobe Planning and Personal Style Development
Everything you need to look your personal best... not by following designer dictates, but by letting Nancy Nix-Rice teach you to spotlight your best features to create the most flattering look possible. Let's face it - style is a learned skill. And YOU can master it...even if you currently have a closet full of "nothing to wear". You can learn to eliminate costly mistakes and get more value from every wardrobe dollar. Identify the colors and styles that are right for you, regardless of the latest fashion whims. Discover visual tricks to trim away unwanted pounds. And enjoy the surge of self-confidence that comes from knowing that you're Looking Good.
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