The Cheap Date Guide To Style

The Cheap Date Guide To Style

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Forget makeover culture, forget being dictated to, forget your insecurities. This book is about you, looking cool, feeling fantastic, being whoever you want to be. Here, Kira Jolliffe and Bay Garnett, clothes lovers, fashion gurus and editors of the world-famous "Cheap Date" magazine, will lead you up their stairway to style, whatever your budget. Packed full of good old-fashioned style tips, this down-to-earth guide shows you how embracing your individuality, finding your own taste and being fearless unveils your inherent natural style. There are chapters on the Basics and Classics that can help form the backbone of every Cheap Date girl's wardrobe, as well as advice on how to find exactly what you're after, and how to feel confident with accessories. In case you're in need of further inspiration, there are interviews with some of the planet's most stylish women - including Mischa Barton, Rachel Weisz and Chloe Sevigny - and also the world-class designers who dress them. Following the age-old mantra 'the rules are: there are no rules', this fun, funky yet sophisticated bible will refresh and reinvigorate both you and your wardrobe.
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  • Paperback | 130 pages
  • Corgi Books
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 0552154962
  • 9780552154963

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Packed with practical tips, this book is totally inspiring. I love it! Sophie Dahl Kira and Bay are true style gurus Erin O'Connor Always fresh and modern, Bay and Kira's style is super chic Matthew Williamson Bay Garnett and Kira Jolliffe are the most genuinely stylish people I know Rachel Weisz Exquisite taste, with a compelling edge of rock, wit and sex Thandie Newton
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About Kira Jolliffe

Kira's varied career includes bouts as a semi-professional poker player, fashion stylist, costume stylist, journalist, clothes obsessive and radio pundit before she founded Cheap Date magazine in 1997, which she has edited and published ever since. Bay, an Art History graduate, worked at the Guggenheim in Venice and the Gagosian in New York, before becoming co-editor/publisher of Cheap Date magazine. She has been Style Director for designer Matthew Williamson since 2000, and Contributing Editor to British Vogue since 2002 and continues to work as a freelance fashion stylist.
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