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Trinny and Susannah Take on America: What Your Clothes Say About You (Anglais) Broché – 17 octobre 2006

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Trinny and Susannah Take on America is a journey of self-discovery in which clothes and presentation are the first steps in initiating change. With verve and humor, Trinny and Susannah target several types of women—from the harried housewife to the tomboy—and guide them to the fashion, hair, and makeup styles that suit their particular figures, ages, incomes, and outlooks on life. Featuring real American women, this book gives you the tools to feel confident, attractive and, most of all, proud to be yourself.

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Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine's column, which ran in England's Daily Telegraph for seven years, revolutionized fashion writing and established them as Britain's leading style experts. They currently write for The Sun, which has a readership of four million. Their books, which include What Not to Wear, What Not to Wear for Every Occasion, and What You Wear Can Change Your Life have sold more than two million copies worldwide. They live in London with their families.

Susannah Constantine and Trinny Woodall's column, which ran in England's Daily Telegraph for seven years, revolutionized fashion writing and established them as Britain's leading style experts. They currently write for The Sun, which has a readership of four million. Their books, which include What Not to Wear, What Not to Wear for Every Occasion, and What You Wear Can Change Your Life have sold more than two million copies worldwide. They live in London with their families.

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HASH(0x960a3924) étoiles sur 5 A Fresh New Book 7 novembre 2006
Par H.A.A. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I procrastinated about buying this book as the other books didn't seem to fit in with an American look, rather a more English look that I couldn't picture wearing (pants dragging on the ground, long dresses over jeans). I am really glad that I bought this book as it really brought to light what realistic people commonly wear (me) and how this makes us look. It offered practical ideas for getting out of a style rut such as frumpy Earth Mom, frazzled housewife or all black and what changes to make to freshen up. The accessory ideas were terricic! I think this is their most practical & best book yet - one I won't be donating to the library!
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HASH(0x960a3978) étoiles sur 5 Not worth the money 13 mars 2007
Par R. Camp - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Don't get me wrong I'm a huge fan of the authors. But this is just a fund raiser for them between jobs. It took about 15 minutes to look through, and I thought I must have missed something. So I really sat down to go through the book and it took me less than an hour. So dissapointed. At least in the TV series you got a look at several outfits that would suit the individual, but in this book you get a set-up bad shot and then "how wonderful" only one after shot. You get Trinny and Susannah hiding behind wigs and glasses. If this had been their first book, this would have also have been their last!!

If you like examples and photos for every body type check out Bradley Bayou "The Science of Sexy", what a resource of what to wear for casual, career and formal. It shows you how to be all covered up, but looking good.
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HASH(0x960a3c54) étoiles sur 5 Disappointed 7 novembre 2006
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I had been eagerly awaiting this book's release based on my expectation of the quality of their prior book "What You Wear Can Change Your Life". This book is very nicely put together and slick, but for quality of content, it can't beat What You Wear Can Change Your Life. It gives alot of life advice, when what I really want is advice on clothes style, color, shape, etc, and this is the least of what you get. I hope their following books give more of what Trinny & Susannah are best known for, advice on dressing based on body style, age and coloring.
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HASH(0x95db5198) étoiles sur 5 Extremely Insightful View Into Psychology of Clothes 20 janvier 2007
Par bookkitten - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
After reading WHAT YOU WEAR CAN CHANGE YOUR LIFE, I became a fan of Trinny and Susannah and bought all of their books. They inspired me to clean out my closet and I've slowly begun buying clothes to enhance the me I am now, not the me I was in the past. (It turns out that I was one of those women who dressed like a "lamb," even though I'd crossed the threshhold into fully-grown "sheep.")

When TRINNY AND SUSANNAH TAKE ON AMERICA: WHAT YOUR CLOTHES SAY ABOUT YOU came out, I thought that only one or two of the sections in the book would apply to me. Yet when I got it home and actually read each section carefully, I realized that so much of the advice in the book spoke directly to me. In short, the book gets into the nitty gritty of the psychology of appearance and why women make crucial mistakes, mistakes that signal to the world how they feel about themselves at any given time and what their fears are. Whatever your issue, whether it be dressing too youthfully, as I once did, losing touch with your femininity because of the pressures of motherhood, or simply giving up because your body isn't what you'd like it to be, Trinny and Susannah will give you inspiration to look at your physical appearance in a new way. There's always time for a fresh start--one that could prompt a whole new positive phase in your life. Trinny and Susannah provide straight talk, which is what we need to shake us out of our ruts.

The main thing the girls have helped me realize is that even though I've passed the big 4-0, I don't have to fade away into nothingness. I'm now realizing that I can move forward and be just as attractive and stylish as the more grown-up version of me. In fact, I'm realizing that in many ways, this is probably one of the best times in my life--the time when I have the confidence to dress like a sexy, competent woman. Trinny and Susannah are simply fantastic inspiration and I'm now taking them as my style mentors.

In short, if you read this book carefully, you'll find your issues throughout the book and it will inspire you to look at yourself in a new way.

Bravo, Trinny and Suz! Keep coming out with the wonderful books! We're counting on you!
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HASH(0x960a3a38) étoiles sur 5 truly a fun read 9 mars 2007
Par czkathy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I found this book to be an absolutely lovely commentary on some American stereotypes, and to contain fabulous advice on how to improve our not only our looks but also our self-worth and well-being. There's a little bit of many of us in many of the characters presented here -- the busy mom who lets herself go; the "larger eccentric" who craves attention; the woman whose best years were in the '80s and so strives to relive them through her wardrobe... The authors begin by assuring the reader that these truly are exaggerated characters, so we can more easily see how a certain style may be, well, less than flattering. Then they show how easy it is to make small steps toward a more flattering and appropriate style -- and these small steps make a world of difference. For the woman who constantly wears baggy t-shirts, sweatshirts, jeans and tennies, they suggest a fitted tee, tucked in, with a belt and nicely cut jeans. The 'before' and 'after' pictures are really inspiring. I especially liked the way they matched up colors and patterns, and accessorized their models (often themselves) so appropriately. After reading this book and poring over the pictures, I found myself ditching the ugly pantyhose in favor of fun fishnets, searching for a bright-colored bag to replace my year-round utilitarian black model, and seeking out a patterned jacket to replace my old standard (again, black.) In fact, every time I read a Trinny and Susannah book, I thin a few more old items out of my closet. (Boxy jackets, big shoulder pads, and anything prairie-looking have to go!) Their advice is down-to-earth and not judgemental. Many of us *do* need to be told that a shoe with a heel can be comfortable, that gym shoes don't go with jeans, that longer hair isn't better if it doesn't flatter your face....this is a book that deserves to be passed around the office, the school staffroom, the family...a real treat.
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