What I Wore

What I Wore

Four Seasons, One Closet, Endless Recipes for Personal Style

Book - 2011
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A COOKBOOK FOR YOUR CLOSET
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Personal style expert Jessica Quirk approaches getting dressed just as you would plan the perfect meal: With a smartly stocked pantry and a few gorgeous "spotlight ingredients," inspiration comes easily.

In What I Wore, named after her enormously popular blog, Jessica shares recipes for creating a stellar wardrobe to get you through spring, summer, fall, and winter. From delicates (bras, slips, lingerie) to the basics every woman should have (black pants, white shirts, knee-high leather boots) to the dramatic touches that set just the right tone (scarves, jewelry, handbags), she shows you how to take your look from ordinary to outstanding without breaking the bank. Inside you'll discover how to
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* remix the clothing you already have for dozens of fresh, pulled-together looks
* become a smarter shopper and always get the most bang for your buck
* create wow-worthy ensembles for special occasions, weekends, and the office
* supplement basics and investment pieces with fun and inexpensive accessories
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Plus you'll learn tailoring tricks, handy hints, and packing tips to ensure that you always leave the house looking your best. Loaded with hundreds of vibrant, original illustrations and unique suggestions for combining colors, patterns, and textures, What I Wore will help you feel stylish and confident, each and every day.
Publisher: New York : Ballantine Books, c2011
ISBN: 9780345526106
Branch Call Number: 746.92 QUI 2011 22
Characteristics: xii, 130 p. : col. ill

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katarina_biblio Mar 27, 2017

Very helpful, especially loved the focus on versatile pieces that can carry over to multiple seasons!

bandblair Mar 13, 2014

Meh, mostly drawings and very few pictures.

tgbooks Mar 20, 2013

I own this book and follow her blog by the same name and I think it's fabulous! It is a creative, practical and very informative book that applies to a variety of ages and shapes and sizes.
Her photos are of what she wears everyday and it's great source for inspiration.

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Ubalstecha
Mar 16, 2012

For those of us who are fashioned challenged, it can be difficult to figure out what to wear every morning. Jessica Quirk has put together a handbook about building outfits. Her rules are simple: 1) Have a good set of foundation pieces based on one neutral colour and a solid colour that works on you. 2) Add in some seasonal pieces to refresh the looks. And 3) buy nothing unless it works with three other pieces in your closet.

Quirk then goes on to lay out how to do this, with examples from a mythical closet. This is a good book to buy and keep in your purse when you shop. Or maybe as an app on your smartphone?

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Ethiopia
Nov 28, 2011

My dream came true.

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