The cool factor : a guide to achieving effortless style, with secrets from the women who have it / Andrea Linett ; photographs by Michael Waring.
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|North Webster Comm. PL - North Webster||746.9 LIN (Text)||72436000116269||Adult nonfiction||Checked out||05/15/2017|
|Zionsville PL - Hussey-Mayfield Memorial Branch||746.92 LINETT (Text)||33946003126435||Nonfiction . 2nd Floor||Checked out||04/29/2017|
- ISBN: 9781579656485
- ISBN: 157965648X
- Physical Description: 223 pages ; 25 cm
- Publisher: New York, NY : Artisan, 
|General Note:|| Includes index.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Why denim is everything to me -- Classics are the backbone of every closet -- Dressing in black and white isn't so black-and-white -- Pssst! Layering is the secret to personal style -- Everyone needs a good suit -- Black leather is not just for rockers -- Dressing up doesn't have to send you into a tizzy -- You can't have style without accessories -- Hair (and makeup) can be your biggest fashion statement -- If it doesn't fit, it's not cool -- The cool 20 -- 10 rules to live by.
|Summary, etc.:|| Trendsetter Andrea Linett has that rare ability to distill fashion talk into advice that everyone can follow, and in this book she shares the style wisdom she's gathered over years of working in the fashion industry. Here is only the content that matters: wardrobe classics, leather, denim, suits, dressing in black and white, dressing up, getting the right fit, layering, accessories, and hair. Linett's fashion philosophy is illustrated through precise tips and photos of women who do it right, and from them we learn how to develop personal style. Did you think a Canadian tuxedo (denim on denim) was an absolute faux pas? Not if you pair the right shades of denim and dress it up with some serious heels. Were you under the impression that your hair should get shorter with age? That rule no longer exists. Do you want to know how to wear black and white pieces together without looking like a cater waiter? The black and white chapter is filled with some ingenious examples. Finally, Linett rounds out the book with checklists, including must-haves for a hardworking wardrobe, how to breathe new life into old pieces, how to make a trend your own, and how to make sure everything you buy actually fits.
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