Thursday, May 13, 2010

Review: What To Wear for the Rest of your Life

Hardcover: 288 pages

Publisher: Springboard Press; 1 edition (May 3, 2010) 

ISBN-13: 978-0446534949
Every woman's closet-no matter the size-is a room of her own. In that space hang side by side the special occasions and the everyday, the triumphs and the disasters, the memories we want to keep and those we should jettison. Gross helps us to reconsider our closet identity and discover who we want to be. She shares her personal journey and the intimate, poignant and often humorous stories of the dozens of women she interviewed across the country. Along with calming fashion advice about how to choose flattering clothes that will fit any woman's shape and style, Gross's engaging stories will help every woman evolve gracefully from wife to mother, from empty-nester to globe-trotting adventurer--whatever role she chooses--while letting her style express her inner beauty.  description taken from here.
This is a great book for woman who need something new to feel sexy.  Especially for older woman who don't really know what to wear anymore (I should give this book to my mom!).  From your hair cut, hair style, clothing.. this book really tells you how you should dress to look your best and to feel sexy.  Sexy does not mean low cut tops, crazy prints, tights pants, or high heels.  Sexy is how you feel.  Sure, you can look sexy too.  But, this book focuses on allowing you to feel sexy.  To dress how you want (and maybe you don't know how, which in that case the book will help you out) in order to feel sexy.  Great book.
**I received a complementary copy of this book in order to write a real and honest review. I did not get paid for this post. All opinions are my own, unless otherwise stated.**

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