Synopses & Reviews
Best Friends Won't Tell You The Truth... But Trinny and Susannah aren't your best friends. In matters of style you have to be cruel to be kind. "Blondes and shiny fabric equals hooker." "That top is a disaster. Unless you're four years old." "No one looks good in a track suit not even Madonna or J-Lo." "Cropped pants make any woman look like a stunted man."
Looking good has nothing to do with fashion trends. It's all about what not to wear. "We're not shy of making criticisms, " says Susannah. "But we wouldn't say, 'You've got a great fat butt end of story.'" What Not to Wear is a book of hands-on advice and straight-talking guidance that is all about personal style dressing for your body shape and personality. So what's your problem?
"Any woman who has stood tortured before a department store mirror will be grateful." Time
"A staple...They reduce body types to a handful of basic problems, for which they offer clear solutions." Vogue
Covering the gamut from everyday needs to special events, Trinny and Susannah offer themselves as models of what works and what decidedly doesn't, sparing women from the sartorial uncertainty that clouds many of the important occasions of their lives.
The New York Times bestselling authors of What Not To Wear continue their mission to help every woman look her personal best with this cheeky and tremendously helpful guide to what not to wear for every occasion. Covering the gamut from everyday needs to special events work, weddings, job interviews, romantic interludes, weekend getaways, vacation wear, etc. Trinny and Susannah offer themselves as models of what works and what decidedly doesn't, sparing women from the sartorial uncertainty that clouds many of the important occasions of their lives. With the same winning formula of its bestselling predecessor, What Not To Wear for Every Occasion is the next step in helping women of all shapes, sizes, and ages look their personal best.
Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine turned "the frumpy into the fabulous" (People
) in What Not to Wear
. Now, fashion's most lovable dictators return-looking better than ever-to tell women what NOT to wear for every occasion. No matter what age, shape, or budget, no matter if casual, smart, or trendy, Trinny and Susannah are here to help every woman look her personal best for:
- The Job Interview
- Parents Events at School
- Holiday Dressing
- Nights on the Town
And...what not to wear under it all!
Author of the bestselling I Love Your Style Amanda Brooks shares her personal stories, and sartorial highs and lows, from a life in fashion, with beautiful, eclectic, and inspired photographs throughout.
About the Author
Amanda Brooks is the author of I Love Your Style: How to Define and Refine Your Personal Style. She has written for the New York Times Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, Vogue, and Men's Vogue, where she wrote the popular online column "In Her Eyes." The former fashion director of Barneyand#8217;s New York and creative director of Tuleh, she has appeared as a fashion expert on Today, The Early Show, and National Public Radio. She lives with her husband and two children in Oxfordshire, England.