What Not to Wear: The Rules, Volume 1

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Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2004 - Beauty, Personal - 176 pages
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'Trinny and Susannah can be breathtakingly irritating but also happen to have extremely good taste.' - Elizabeth Hurley

'I'd rather eat my own hair than shop with these two again.'
- Jeremy Clarkson

Susannah and Trinny's straight-talking fashion advice has made them Britain's best-known style duo. Now in their third BBC television series, they continue to make-over more unsuspecting style casualties. Offering advice on how to develop personal style, whilst making the most of your body shape, hiding your defects and flaunting those assets!

Susannah and Trinny are not about fashion; they are about personal style - dressing for your body shape and personality - and this book shows you how.

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Nothing beats the original

User Review  - Overstock.com

Ever since the ladies left their show Ive been looking to the others for the same advice. I decided to go back to the orginals. Good purchase with the same frank good advice. Read full review

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User Review  - Clueless - LibraryThing

These girls are the best! They don't say wait until you've lost 5, 10 or 50 pounds to look good. Like Allure magazine they operate under the premise that every woman can look her best. Without dieting, surgery or exercise. Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Susannah & Trinny are two of the UK's most famed television personalities. They also write for the fabulously trendy HEAT magazine, in which they have a weekly column about celebrities and their attire. They also do a monthly makeover in Thursday's DAILY MAIL.

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