A book along the lines of Designing Women and others of its ilk. It's what you have that counts, so find out what it is and make the most of it. A lead-off on vaguer things such as personality, how to acquire poise, etc. On to the concrete -- your face, how to apply make-up, how to care for it, your figure. Then the balance and major part of the book is devoted to clothes, how to be fashionable and still have individuality and style. Line, color, texture, what goes for what face and figure. Where to bargain, and where not. The essentials of the well-dressed woman's wardrobe. (Even including the pregnant woman). It's good of its kind, but Designing Women is more entertaining and covers more ground.