I Have Nothing to Wear!

I Have Nothing to Wear!

A Painless 12-step Program to Declutter your Life So You Never Have to Say This Again!

Book - 2011
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"Every woman knows the feeling: the anxiety, the dread, and the utter certainty that despite all the options in the overcrowded closet before her, she has nothing to wear. The advent of discount retailers that offer up-to-the-minute fashion trends has only deepened the problem. Though our dresser drawers are glutted with options, the daily crisis remains. Help has arrived! Jill Martin--fashion expert, Us Weekly contributing editor, and Today show contributor known for her wildly popular "Ambush Makeovers" segment--has created a fun and practical 12-step program to help even the most seemingly hopeless cases. Readers will learn how to get organized, steer clear of flash-in-the-pan trends, and pinpoint and project a personal style all their own. With adorable illustrations, Martin walks women through the steps, which include admitting their closet is a mess, determining how clothes fit in with their lifestyle, and finding friends who will help them stay organized. I Have Nothing to Wear is the perfect guide through the minefield of modern fashion, showing readers how to edit their wardrobes and choose the perfect ensembles for work, play, and love"-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: Emmaus, Pa. : Rodale Books, c2011
ISBN: 9781605290775
Branch Call Number: 648.8 MARTIN
Characteristics: 245 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Ravich, Dana


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Jul 20, 2018

I enjoyed the book, but was confused because the authors suggesting the reader pare down her closet drastically yet it seemed like they bought and owned tons of clothing themselves! Hmmmm!

Mar 16, 2017

For younger women.

Jun 10, 2016

I started getting irritated with this book about half way through. I think it was written by a couple socialites whose friends kept saying "OMG, you should so write a book!"
That aside at the very beginning it did encourage me to clear out my closet and take a critical look at EVERYTHING and only put back stuff I love and looks good on me.

Mewsician Jan 23, 2013

I found this book to be pretty useful, in spite of a slightly ditsy and occasionally patronizing writing style. Mainly, it's very supportive of any female's desire to rid herself of extraneous, cluttering apparel items, and to that end, provides useful strategies and recommendations for both de-cluttering and organizing. On the down side, the authors feel a need to organize their audience into some half-dozen "style" categories. Not sure how helpful this is to anybody. Also misdirected is the title; personally, I have way too much to wear, and I know it, so some readers who might benefit from the book will pass it up. Do males have the same problems with their wardrobes? If so, do they ever worry about them? If yes, then there should be a gender-inclusive version out there.


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