Are there any books out there in the vein of The Artist's Way and Apartment Therapy, but for clothes?
I'm at wit's end with my wardrobe. Fashion intimidates me, makeup and beauty routines flummox me, and I have no clue what is flattering and what isn't. I want to overhaul my style completely. I've been reading fashion and beauty blogs, but I end up getting so overloaded with information that I don't know where to start. Previous AskMes about fashion are similarly overwhelming. I'm looking for something more step-by-step.
Books like The Artist's Way
and Apartment Therapy
have worked well for me in the past. They both work over a structured time period (Artist's Way lasts for 12 weeks, Apartment Therapy for 8), with each week covering one major theme. Each week also has a list of activities - some concrete, some more self-reflective - that are small and manageable, and that build toward the subequent week. Those are the kind of tiny steps I need; things like "buy a bra that fits" or "list five colours you like to wear".
Is there a book, blog, website, or even TV show out there that will help me find my personal style, step by step?
For context: I'm 29, female, urban, with an office job and a love of jeans.