10 Steps to Fashion Freedom

10 Steps to Fashion Freedom

Discover your Personal Style From the Inside Out

Book - 2001
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Would you like to make a better first impression? Would you like to feel more comfortable in your clothes? Though your closet is full, do you still have trouble finding something to wear? Renowned image
development consultants Malcolm Levene and Kate Mayfield are here to help in 10 Steps to Fashion
Freedom , a groundbreaking guide based on their exclusive ten-step image therapy program.

Malcolm, dubbed the "Freud of Fashion" by The New Yorker , and his partner, Kate, have written a practical, engaging book that breaks through trends, hot looks, and instant makeovers to get to the heart of how you can develop your own style. Instead of trying to figure out the must-have items of the season or where you fall on the color chart, you will get help from Kate and Malcolm in facing your worst image fears and uncovering and developing a style that is totally your own.

As they do for the top executives who go through their personal style development program, Malcolm and Kate teach you how to discover your own individual style and become comfortable with your image from the inside out. This book will show you how to:
* Identify your passions
* Create a personal style statement
* Confront image challenges from the past
* Take a field trip to discover your aesthetic tastes
* Banish color myths
* Undergo a complete closet analysis
* Celebrate with an informed shopping trip

Malcolm and Kate also share inspiring stories of clients who have completed the program and achieved a more sophisticated image and an empowered sense of personal style. You no longer have to buy someone else's taste, hire someone to pick out your clothes, or drape yourself in designer labels to feel secure. Take it from the experts--fashion independence is only ten creative steps away!
Publisher: New York : Crown, c2001
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780609606452
060960645X
Characteristics: viii, 307 p. ; 25 cm
Additional Contributors: Mayfield, Katherine 1958-
Alternative Title: Ten steps to fashion freedom

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Jul 01, 2012

I found this book very helpful for clarifying my personal style. It was interesting to read it at the same time as Esquire Magazine's Handbook of Style, which sometimes claims that "every man" should have a certain type of garment. The 10 Steps book helped me judge which of the Handbook of Style's suggestions would make sense for me. I recommend both books because they approach the subject so differently: the 10 Steps focused on developing your own sense of style, the Handbook of Style on alpha-male businessmen's style standards.

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