Number of pages: 256
Dimensions: 145 mm x 213 mm
Publisher: UAB Alma littera
Agnė Gilytė is one of the most famous stylists in Lithuania. Agnė's first book "Wardrobology" has brought fantastic glory to her. After all, most women, standing in front of their wardrobe in the morning, are moaning "I have nothing to wear"...
Teenager, this is your first book of style tips!
The famous stylist promises that there will be no need to scratch your head looking for an answer to a question "what to wear?" anymore. In the book she helps to find the missing details in that chaos, which every teenager girl sometimes finds herself immersed in.
This book is for you, if:
- in your head there is a chaos related to your wardrobe content;
- you are between 11 and 19 years old;
- you want to look nice but don't know how;
- it is important to you to feel good;
- you are looking for an answer to a question "What to wear?"
- you cannot decide what kind of sweater you need;
- you lack ideas on how to stand out while wearing a uniform;
- you want HIM to like you
- you like books that are fun.
Even a mother, who has a perfect sense of style, would not be able to give her daughter such specific and practical advice. These tips are relevant not only to a young girl - a woman of any age can apply them. However, these skills, if acquired as early as during adolescence, later in life will lead a person and help them to create a unique style.
The book is written in a warm, interpersonal, contemporary and playful style that is characteristic to the author.
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