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ePub The Lucky Guide to Mastering Any Style: How to Wear Iconic Looks and Make Them Your Own download
Author:
Kim France
ISBN13:
978-1592404025
ISBN:
1592404022
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Publisher:
Avery; 1st edition (October 7, 2008)
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Graphic Design
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1770 kb
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Rating:
4.9
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On the heels of the fabulously successful Lucky Shopping Manual comes the complete handbook for creating a great look based on ten iconic styles —packed with more than 450 color images. With a circulation of 1.1 million, Lucky magazine has taken America’s most dedicated shoppers by storm, offering real-world advice and first-rate finds. Now the Lucky experts show how to put it all together in an inspiring collection of ideas that go beyond the basics and yield endless innovation for year-round reinvention. Based on the techniques used by fashion designers for years, The Lucky Guide to Mastering Any Style features ten versatile archetypes that can be customized to fit varying moods, personalities, and body types. Applying these enduring styles to a dazzling spectrum of possibilities, The Lucky Guide to Mastering Any Style deconstructs each look, with components including clothes, shoes, accessories, patterns, and colors. Just as designers use swatches and images to spark creativity, readers will have access to hundreds of photographs from style setters. Must-haves for every closet, foolproof instructions, profiles of real-life Lucky Girls, and money-saving Lucky Breaks make this the indispensable resource for complete chic.
  • I think the book was very good. The suggestions for my clothing type, American Classic, were very helpful. I liked having the visual image of the jackets, pants, shirts, and bags that they recommended. That doesn't mean you have to buy a high end look to achieve the style, either. I don't have designer clothes hanging in my closet, and I still feel confident about mixing some of what I already have with things I know I'll buy in the future as I shop. I think naturally you lean in a certain direction with the clothes you like anyway. I also know to steer clear of certain clothes that may look good on other women but don't suit me personally, whether it's considered in style or not. I hadn't known exactly what I was, but it was interesting reading about it, and it was fun to read about the other styles. This book doesn't have everything. Some of the negative reviews have mentioned that, but it is a fun book full of useful information, and the visuals really appealed to me personally. I do wish each section had a bit more in it about each style before it moved to the next, which is why I gave it four instead of five stars, but it was a good book. I think it had to be about the specifics rather than cover everything the negative reviews were asking for. This book IS generally for women probably under 35 or so, but then the demographic of the magazine is younger women. I saw many clothing ideas that were wonderful, and you can certainly find cheaper clothing options that look similar to what they suggest in any of the styles. Some styles may be easier to find than others; as American classic I feel there are many options, and some are a little harder to find. But things do go in and out of style, so if suddenly it becomes more stylish to have ruffles and a sexier look, the bombshell style would have more success finding things, or if the bohemian look comes back in stores, that type person will have more success. Certainly some things go in and out of style where the book may not be relevant, but many people who suit one specific style overall will stick with that look over time no matter what comes into style down the road, and the suggestion is still there, even if the specific clothes might not be in fashion years from now. I think this book can still be useful then.

  • I checked this book out at the library before I bought it. I did not buy this book yet. Well, what can I say about this book? I scammed through the book and read most of the pages. However, the layouts of the essential pieces are nice. The book is nice, but something is missing and I really can't put my hands on in it. This book is more influential for a fashionista but not realistic and practical for the real woman. Some of the essential pieces don't look like it reflects each style. I wouldn't say the book is over the top. I wish the book went more in depth, be more specific, and break down the common basic shapes, necklines, hemlines, details, lines, patterns, material and color scheme relate to each style. I wish the provide more of look book on each style to get the concept especially with the Lucky Girl's interviews. The Looks Book by Rebecca Odes went more in depth than Lucky's book and it wasn't a fashion book. Some of the essential pieces aren't realistic to find (due to creativity of the designer). Designers add a twist to each garment they create or design. It's most likely you will not find the piece in a mass production store, thrift store or vintage store. If you are serious to get these pieces, you probably have to get it custom made. This book looks like more a way of a contemporary dressing than a defined style book. I didn't like some none color coordinated outfit layouts. The outfit doesn't have to be "matchy matchy", but it needs to color coordinate in some way.

    This what I summarize from the book

    The styles I didn't get

    Euro Chic- Is it a more of minimal ladylike style with mixed of Grecian influenced draped fashion pieces? Are the color scheme is more of a neutral color palette such as black, white, cream, or gray? Are the signature colors jewel tone and pastel colors?

    Posh Eclectic- Are this style is more influenced by English's Equestrian rider, modesty, and British royalty?

    The styles looked more contemporary style of dressing than a defined style

    Gamine-?

    The styles that are slightly more defined

    California Casual- Think of white, cream, earthy and beachy influenced color scheme, faded light or medium blue denim, flowy tops, cutted off or asymmetrical styled tops or fashion pieces, tops, long flowy loose fitting dresses (like maxi dresses), and small flower patterns.

    Rock & Roll- Think of rock n roll vintage inspired concert tees, leather jackets particular motorcycle or bomber jacket, skulled influenced accessorizes, tuxedo influenced pieces such as jackets or vests in black or white, red or colored formfitting like skinny jeans or pants, and leopard patterned fashion pieces or shoes, and chain detailed or studded fashion pieces or accessories.

    Arty Slick-This style dresses in solid structured minimalist fashion pieces with dramatic details or draping and artistic inspired patterns such as stars, print splatter, or watercolor floral. At least one fashion piece has a dramatic statement fashion piece. The outfits contains with little or no accessories. The color scheme's seems like neutral colors such as black, white, and black.

    American Classic- It typical break down of simple preppy, equestrian influenced, western influenced (like denim trucker jacket and jeans), basics and office/work wear influenced classics.

    Bombshell- It's style that revolves around 1950s & 1960s influenced ladylike pieces that you are wear in a formfitting way with a hint of sexual appeal. The sexual appeal it about showing your shape, the necklines can either be conservative or slightly revealing (like shows off the cleavage), or exposing the arms. The bottoms are usually mid-rise or high waist. The hemlines are least above the knee. The layout of this style shows corset inspired solid tops and fur inspired swingy jackets. The patterns are heavy focused on are polka dots, houndstooth, and animal prints. The color palette is mostly neutral maybe a pop of color like red. Accessories such as long leather gloves, fancy sexy lingerie, or cat eye glasses add a sex appeal.

    Bohemian- This style is mostly based on Native American influenced patterns, floral, and paisley, fur vests or jackets, suede fringe vests or jackets, oversized round sunglasses, earthy color scheme, loose fitting tunics, skirts and long dresses, peasant tops, wide leg styled bottoms, long outerwear pieces, and feather earrings.

    Mod-no fitting boxy shaped jackets, neutral colors such as black and white, bold primary and secondary collars, peter pan colored fashion pieces, A-line styled tops and dresses prefer minimalist clean lines with structure, whole upper body is covered up with layering, A-line miniskirts, play with patterns, wing tip shoes, flat heel or kitten heel shoes (such as boots), and tights.

    The Lucky Girl's Interview styles I liked

    Kate Wright-Euro Chic

    Mary Ta-Bombshell

    Wayne Lee-Arty Slick I liked that she doesn't believe in over doing it on outfits like I do

    Gaelle Drevet- Arty Slick

    All I have to say is, check this book out in the library before you make a purchase.

    I'M UPDATE ON THIS REVIEW. I'M GOING TO EDIT & CORRECT ANY GRAMMAR ERRORS.