Synopses & Reviews
Whether dressing for a date or an important work presentation, every day millions of women throw open their closets, stare blankly into the abyss, and mutter, "I've got nothing to wear!" despite the countless dollars they spend on clothes and accessories.
At once simple and unique, Nothing to Wear? reveals a stylish cure for the common closet, based on the five-step process that has made Visual Therapy(tm) a hit for more than ten years with fashion editors and clients alike. Walking the reader through the process of identifying her natural style (who she is and how her fashion "personality" aligns with the image she wants to portray), the book then helps her perform a thorough "love it or leave it" examination of her wardrobe, eliminating the old, out-of-date, too-tight, too-loose clutter and re-establishing an authentic sense of style-getting her into her clothes and out of the house looking and feeling like a million bucks.
At last, from the founders of Visual Therapy*, comes a revolutionary solution to the age-old quandary of too many clothes but "nothing to wear." 8-page full-color insert.
At last, a revolutionary method to discover your style type and edit your wardrobe to project your most confident self!
Getting Things Done meets What Not to Wear in this stylish cure for the common closet, based on the five-step process that has made Visual Therapy? a hit for over ten years with fashion editors and clients alike. In the book, Visual Therapy founders Garza and Lupo walk readers through the process of identifying their natural style (how their fashion and#147;personalityand#148; aligns with the image they want to portray), then helps them perform a and#147;love it or leave itand#148; examination of their wardrobe, eliminating the out-of-date, too-tight, too-loose clutter, and reestablishing an authentic sense of styleand#151;getting them into their clothes and out of the house looking and feeling like a million bucks.
About the Author
Jesse Garza and Joe Lupo are the founders of Visual Therapy Luxury Lifestyle Consulting, with offices in New York and Los Angeles. Dubbed the "style SWAT team" by fashion editors, they have been featured in such magazines as O: The Oprah Magazine, InStyle, Allure, Harper's Bazaar, and New York.