What you wear can change your life



Here is the "bible" from the authors of the New York Times bestseller What Not to Wear. What You Wear Can Change Your Life shows you how to redefine your look and style from head to toe.

Trinny and Susannah go over the basics of choosing colors that suit you best, what underwear to buy, which accessories to look for, how to store clothing, how to revamp your wardrobe at no cost, and how to make the sartorial most of being pregnant.

This is a gorgeous, lavishly illustrated package--a resource to consult again and again. Trinny and Susannah anticipate the needs and questions of every woman and address them with the surefire style, self-deprecating wit, and friendly but firm empathy that have made them the last word in looking better.

Topics covered include:

- Defining the Shape
- Underwear
- How to Wear Color
- What to Keep, What to Toss
- Accessories
- Storage
- Make-up
- Travel

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By RH (Minneapolis, MN) · ★★★★☆ · September 01, 2013
Part of me is a perennial unkempt adolescent who can never imagine using fancy make-up or foundation garments, but I love Trinny and Susannah and the carefree happiness they promise from sound wardrobe decisions and sitting properly for photographs. One favorite line from the book -- "there is ne... ...more
By e.c.h.a (Jakarta, Indonesia) · ★★★★★ · August 04, 2009
Samapi sekarang gw masih takjub sama buku ini serta penulisnya Trinny & Susannah. Gw pertama lihat ini buku waktu Oprah dan pengen banget baca. Beruntung lha gw punya Bos yang hobi banget baca buku. Nah pas dia punya nih buku....langsung dech tanpa pikir panjang, gw baca. Dugaan gw bener, buk... ...more
By Deborah · ★★★★☆ · December 05, 2010
Funny and real, with good advice on dressing the best for your body type. This book *did* change the way I dress: rereading it now, I realize that being a busty girl I did take their advice and ban all crew-necked sweaters from my closet and make sure my bras were fitting me properly. It has also... ...more
By Anna (Batavia, IL) · ★★☆☆☆ · February 08, 2010
I love Trinny and Susanna's straight talking style, but this book was not my favorite. The color section wasn't useful because it only had little paint chip-like samples of color and no real clothing examples. Also, I think that they are starting to be a little too extreme, don't leave the hose w... ...more
By Susan (The United States) · ★★★★☆ · February 24, 2010
I love this book. When I'm feeling frumpy, I lug this out & re-read to get fresh ideas to update my look. ...more
By Gordy (The United Kingdom) · ★★★★★ · July 19, 2012
I live by this book.....Can you not tell? ...more
By Phyllis (Altoona, PA) · ★☆☆☆☆ · May 09, 2012
There's probably some solid advice in here for dressing to conceal what you perceive to be a figure flaw (the shrill feminist in me bristles a little bit at the concept of figure flaws to begin with, but I'd be a damn liar if I didn't admit I worry about them as much as the average lady brainwash... ...more
By Merrilee (Perth, 08, Australia) · ★★★★★ · March 02, 2011
What a fantastic book for boosting your confidence and making you feel that clothes can be worth the effort. This book by T&S is packed with great advice, from defining your good points to what shoes look best on you. Covering colours, clothes, make-up, shoes, looking good while travelling an... ...more
By Cindy (The United States) · ★★★☆☆ · July 14, 2014
The book is broken down into fashion suggestions by topics and include; defining your shape, underwear, color, culling, no-cost wardrobe, accessories, storage, makeup, traveling, and pregnancy.. The authors Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine are models for each of the areas. I like the sugge... ...more
By Cindy Dyson (Mckinney, TX) · ★★★☆☆ · August 10, 2014
They nearly had me convinced on that. Fun, funny book by a pair of fashion favored Brits; full of tips on what to wear and, more importantly, what not to wear. It also includes makeup and miscellany, such as how to shape your eyebrows and pose for photographs.

I enjoyed it thoroughly and probably... ...more