Subtitle Fashion mistakes, life lessons

Kirstie Clements
Price $19.99
Description Description Perfect for fans of Maggie Alderson and Marian Keyes's Making It Up As I Go Along. Musings, style tips and thoughts on being a woman from one of Australia's leading fashion experts.

'Like chatting to a - hilarious - best friend, who happens to be an A-list fashion insider.'  - Maggie Alderson

'It's possible to both love fashion and see through it at the same time . . . Kirstie Clements is a very wise woman.'  - Laura Brown, Editor-in-Chief, InStyle

Kirstie Clements has seen trends come and go, from the sublime to the ridiculous, but she knows real style when she sees it. This is about how to spot those wardrobe gems, from a classic loafer that makes you feel comfortable in your own skin, to a beautiful winter coat to take you through more than one season. Why Did I Buy That? is for those with an interest in style and fashion who want to know what to wear, what to buy and how to age stylishly in these changing times.

Sharing personal stories, musings on fashion trends and thoughts on everything from gender to selfies, Why Did I Buy That? is about how to successfully edit your wardrobe and lifestyle, how to live decadently on a budget and how to spend your money more wisely. Oh, and how to kick ass in your career with a well-chosen blazer. It's also for those of us who want to look good in our thirties and beyond without becoming a slave to fashion (or the surgeon's knife).

Including loads of clever style hints and tips and a foreword by Brooke Boney, Why Did I Buy That? will take you by the hand and help you confidently navigate the often-challenging world of fashion trends and impulse buys. Seasonal updates allowed.
Format Trade Paperback 272 Pages
ISBN 9781922351647
Size6.00 in x 9.21 in / 152.40 mm x 233.93 mm
Published Date April 5th, 2022
Kirstie Clements
Kirstie Clements is a bestselling author, editor and journalist. She served as Editor-in-Chief of Vogue Australia from 1999 to 2012 and Features Director at Harper's Bazaar Australia from 2019 to 2020. Clements is currently a columnist for The New Daily and writes regularly for various media outlets. A seasoned public speaker, she is often sought out to host high-profile women's and fashion events.
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