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Already Pretty: Learning to Love Your Body by Learning to Dress it Well (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 12 giu 2012

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Sally McGraw is a Minneapolis-based freelance writer, blogger, teacher, and communications professional. She earned a creative writing degree from Binghamton University in 1998 and, after graduation, worked in the book and magazine publishing industry for ten years. She has contributed writing to local newspapers, magazines, and websites throughout her entire professional life. In addition to writing her popular daily style and body image blog Already Pretty, she has contributed to The Frisky, typeF, and Glamour and is an ongoing features contributor to the Minneapolis StarTribune. She offers personal shopping and style consultation services, both in person for clients living in the Twin Cities and via e-mail for clients worldwide. She is one-third of Strong, Sexy, & Stylish, a collective of experts working to teach women to love themselves. Visit www.alreadypretty.com for more information about Sally, to participate in online forums related to this book, and to purchase a companion PDF.

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441 di 489 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
1.0 su 5 stelle I'm glad it's not just me 30 marzo 2014
Di SusieQ - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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When I first looked at this woman's pics on her blog, I questioned my own taste and style because, quite frankly, her outfits are either frumpy or just plain weird. I know a lot of stylish women who can thrift successfully but her choices just look dated and I'll-fitting.

As far as body image, rather than helping to create acceptance, I see a whole lot of made up body issues and silly wardrobe challenges that few women actually have.

This is probably the least helpful style guide I've ever read.
19 di 21 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
3.0 su 5 stelle Read something else 28 gennaio 2015
Di Mia M - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
I bought this book after college, when I began wanting to branch out from jeans and flip-flops but wasn't sure how I wanted to dress instead. I didn't like the outfits Sal posted on her blog, but a couple of bloggers I really respected recommended her--and I liked the idea of doing mini assignments to figure out my style--so I gave it a try.

Honestly, I had some fun answering the questions in the first part of the book, but the second part was all about what to wear to accentuate or minimize different body parts, which seemed sad to me rather than enlightening. Because I was so eager to experiment, I tried some of Sal's suggestions anyway and spent about a year wearing A-line skirts, waist belts, and bright colors. In the end, I realized I didn't like dressing that way at all, but I do think the experimentation helped me work out my style, even though it was in a roundabout way.

Since reading "Already Pretty," I've found some other resources I would recommend instead. Free blog series: Coletterie's "Wardrobe Architect" (intended for people who sew but useful for those who don't too), Putting Me Together's "Building a Remixable Wardrobe." Books: "Women in Clothes" (not a style guide, but a great window into other women's thoughts on dressing themselves), any of the "What Not to Wear" book (though they should be taken with a grain of salt—but then all of these things should be). And you should probably also read the Recovering Shopaholic blog, just to keep it all in check!
507 di 551 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
1.0 su 5 stelle contained everything my mother taught me 16 marzo 2013
Di Laura K. Smith - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
I guess I must have thought there was some secret in here about creating style but it's very basic information about what looks good on you if you have narrow shoulders vs. broad shoulders, thick waist vs. thin waist, etc. I can't imagine going through all the exercises in this book and getting any new information about which things look good on me and which things don't. Maybe I pay more attention to this or I was taught well growing up but really, how can a grown woman NOT know these things about her body. I read this in maybe an hour and was very disappointed. It's for women who really have no clue at all about dressing themselves. Watch "What Not to Wear" and you'll get much more from that than you will from this. Too bad because it's a good idea.
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1.0 su 5 stelle Majorly blah 20 gennaio 2015
Di Sa0rah0rah - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile
Nothing new worth reading that I didn't already know. Nothing earth-shattering that I couldnt hear on The View, the Today Show or any Oprah-esque tv show. Save your money!
493 di 559 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
1.0 su 5 stelle Do yourself a favor before buying this book 28 marzo 2014
Di Rose35 - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile
Go to her website, alreadypretty.com, and search her "dressed for" posts. Scroll through and ask yourself, do I want this person dressing me? I certainly wish I had done the same.

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