April 14, 2013

RANDOM TIP: what not to wear

I have discovered a library a block away from my flat.  Needless to say, I have been reading a lot lately.  So much - they should give me frequent reader miles.  Among such books as "Pride and Prejudice", "The Catcher in The Rye" and "1984", the latest book I have read was "what not to wear" by Trinny Woodall & Susannah Constantine.  Do recommend.  Belong are some of their tips that resonate with me the most.

  •  Nehru jackets are for men only.
  • Chuck out the clothes that don’t suit you – even if you think of them as old friends.
  • Plunging necklines are only for perfect décolleté undamaged by the sun or age.
  • Backs are sexy alternative (to no boobs), so keep them shining and exfoliated.
  • Any panty line on the rear is revolting.
  • Put on an outfit that you feel most confident in and work out why you like it so much. What does it cover and what does it reveal?
  • Never wear baggy sacks.
  • Deep V-necks cinch in the waist.
  • Thick belts around the hips make the waist appear smaller.
  • All things double-breasted must be chucked out.
  • Tailored coats left undone create the appearance of waist.
  • Always wear your hem to the ground when wearing trousers with high heels.
  • If you can’t walk in your high heels, they won’t give you confidence.
  • No skin tight shiny fabrics.
  • Make sure clothes skim rather than cling.
  • Don’t wear your belts too tight.
  • The only time you can get away with a lot of gold is when it’s in your mouth.
  • The longer the distance of flesh to the boobs the longer the neck will look. The more flesh you show on your cleavage, the longer your neck will look.
  • Black and brown shows should never be worn with pale outfits.
  • Style is wearing something one else has (ever worn). 
The book is filled with many many more.  Please visit your local library.  :)

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