“When you understand what works for you, it’s easy to start looking good … every day!”
The main idea of this book is to help in:
- defining your unique style personality,
- creating a personal “body map” to define your silhouette,
- pinpointing your most flattering color choices,
- diving in to clean out and organize the clothes you have,
- recognizing what doesn’t work, and learning to say goodbye!,
- identifying clothes worth keeping, and how to make them worth wearing
- learning sanity-saving shopping strategies for any budget.
It sounds very promising.
The above book was published almost at the same time the Coletterie Wardrobe Architect project was launched. I have to admit – I like the idea and approach of this project … “it is about personalizing your sewing even more than you already are and thinking about your aesthetics a bit more deeply.”
“Let’s work to build wardrobes that reflect each of us, and let’s do it together!”
I am reading the posts of those who follow this project and I really like it. I will read posts from the Coletterie Wardrobe Architect and maybe follow it in my own time/tempo.
First again trip to Poland. My mother had surgery last Friday and is coming home this week – Wednesday or Thursday.
I have to think what to take – except the books, what I would be able to do – except my work. Two weeks seams so long ans so short at the same time.