In a culture inundated by personal branding, a fashion stylist and creative consultant offers invaluable lessons, tips, and advice, to help you define your personal style in a whole new way, by enhancing not just how you look, but how you feel.
Revive. Revitalize. Reinvigorate. These three seemingly simple precepts are at the heart of this sleek and uplifting guide to reclaiming your personal style. Throw away all those old tired rules, Heather Newberger says. Forget outmoded advice like dressing for your body shape or that a brand name is always better.
In How to Date Your Wardrobe, Heather teaches you how to build a closet that reveals who you are. Too many people dress for a role instead of themselves and often invest in pieces they rarely wear. Following her advice, you’ll learn to define what you like and be able to choose clothing and accessories that express the best parts of your inner self. Heather shows, that no matter your gender identity or age, you can change your reflection. Best of all, you’ll find new ways to love every piece of clothing you own.
How to Date Your Wardrobe includes 30 eye-catching illustrations from Hilary Fitzgerald Campbell, whose art has appeared in numerous media outlets, including The New Yorker and the New York Times.
About the Author
Heather Newberger is a freelance fashion stylist who works to create inclusivity in an otherwise exclusive industry. A seasoned professional who has spent more than ten years making pictures, and even more writing nonfiction at her parents' kitchen table, Newberger' s mission is to create space for people who don't care about fashion to care about fashion, through personal narrative and storytelling. A graduate of Ithaca College with a BS artist degree, she lives in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, with her three-legged cat and twenty-seven jean jackets.
"How to Date Your Wardrobe is an earnest and quick read for those who want to revitalize their style." — Booklist