Sunday, August 22, 2010
"What To Wear for Every Occasion" by Nina Garcia
I recently received one of the best fashion books that all women should have: Nina Garcia's "What to Wear on Every Occasion." Nina, Marie Claire's fashion director and one of the beloved judges on "Project Runway," shares amazing insight as to how women should not only dress on every occasion, but how they should think and approach doing such. It is said that "With Nina on your side, you can't go wrong." Believe me, this couldn't be more true.
Currently, I am still on the first chapter. This "what to wear to work" section -- from the first day on a job to the day you ask for a raise -- is inspiring and really, should be common sense for the professional women. I don't want to give parts of the book away, as I strongly suggest that you invest in this bible of sorts. Everyone could use tips on how to dress (myself included), even if you think you know it all. While this is book is based on one woman's perception (you may not agree with everyone she preaches), I believe it will benefit you, as it presents you with thought-provoking material and strategies.
The other areas she covers: Dating, Day, Night, Holidays, Life Events, Weddings, and Dream Travel. As author of three bestselling books, "The Little Black Book," "The One Hundred," and "The Style Strategy," I see this book rising to the top as an internationally praised piece of work.
You can go straight to Amazon for purchase of this hardback book, for only about $14 bucks (On sale, cut down from $23.99) The Kindle edition is $9.99.