Women’s Self-Help – Stylishly Sexy: A Handbook for Looking your Best after 50

Stylishly SexyStylishly Sexy
A Handbook for Looking your Best after 50
By Karen R. Smith
Publisher: BookBaby
Published: October 2014
ISBN: 978-1483538495
Genre: Self-Help, Women
Formats Available For Review: pdf, epub, ebook, mobi, kindle

Stylishly Sexy is a how-to handbook that teaches baby boomers to look their best. From closet purging to determining color and style choices, this guide makes it simple to switch from frumpy to fabulous, and to do by way of thrift stores and consignment shops.

Too many Baby Boomer women have given up on style, Smith believes. She is changing that one client at a time in her Tucson-based practice, but with this book she is making it possible for every woman to go from frumpy to fabulous. Readers learn how to shop the thrift stores and consignment shops and how to get garments that actually fit. Easy exercises at the end of each chapter enable readers to master one simple step at a time. Stories of actual clients show the possibilities on real women.

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Website: http://www.stylesmithtransformations.com
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