Things I Wish My Mother Had Told Me: A Guide to Living with Impeccable Grace and Style
ReadHowYouWant.com, May 21, 2010 - 556 pages
Lucia van der Post has dispensed advice on living stylishly for more than three decades, and her common sense, confidence, and wit have garnered her legions of fans worldwide. A bestseller in the United Kingdom, Things I Wish My Mother Had Told Me offers in van der Post's distinctively warm, aphoristic style everything a woman needs to know about living well, with elegance and glamour. Leaving no aspect of a woman's life unconsidered, sections include How to Work and Have a Life; Cheap Chic; Ten Easy Main Courses; How to Wear Black; and Love, Marriage, and Happiness.
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HOW TO DRESS
FINDING YOUR OWN STYLE
HOW TO DRESS FOR WORK
HOW TO BE GLAM
OCCASION DRESSING 27 THE CATWALK TODAY ONE DAY YOU SURELY WILL
UP UP AND AWAY OR WHAT TO WEAR TO TRAVEL
ONES CHAPEAU OR ALLYOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT
TARA BERNERDS GUIDE TO RENOVATION
A FEW GOOD WEB SITES FOR PRESENTS
fun and games
ON BEING A GRANDMOTHER
HAVING IT ALL
ITS NOT ALL BAD NEWS
THROWING MONEY AT THE PROBLEM
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