A tangy text and very fashion-wise hints will spur the ambitions of the self conscious years to look, act and dress one's...

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A tangy text and very fashion-wise hints will spur the ambitions of the self conscious years to look, act and dress one's best. Here are the topics Miss Broadbent discusses, in a breezy, personalized manner, that almost makes one hear the soft voice of an expert fashion commentator: color- as it can be used in complement, contrast and mood creation; line- as it can tone up or accent a figure; accessories; separates- as they can augment and individualize a wardrobe; summer clothes; diet; physical poise; skin care; neatness. Her advice is both sensible and economical. It is written in a broadening frame that includes the values of the arts and a sound personality and in this way, we hope, prevents the development of clothes consciousness to the exclusion of all else.

Pub Date: July 28, 1955

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Publisher: Doubleday

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: July 1, 1955