Trinny and susannah what not to wear book
Trinny and Susannah's Style Advice From What Not to Wear | Who What Wear UKTrinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine are two British fashion advisors, presenters and authors. They have written several fashion advice books which have become bestsellers in Britain and America, and released their own clothing and underwear ranges. Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine teamed up in to write Ready to Wear , a weekly style guide for the Daily Telegraph which ran for seven years. They later became the co-founders of Ready2shop. They published their first fashion advice book called Ready 2 Dress but it was an unsuccessful venture and ended in 13, copies of the book being destroyed. After they were signed to BBC Two, they became the hosts and fashion advisors for five series of the BBC style series What Not to Wear in , where they used their knowledge on fashion and harsh comments to reform the appearances and style of the participants on the show.
What Not To Wear Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine The Rules 2003 2/8
A look back at Trinny and Susannah's infamous 'Fashion Rules' from What Not To Wear
Yes, our five favourite gurus are back to help transform a new group of people, but they have some OG TV stylists to thank for where they are today. Fashion expert Tan France says that Trinny and Susannah served as a huge inspiration for him and led him to where he is today. From the colour palettes we should stick to, to the importance of wearing the right bra, they went through it all, but would they apply today? Only ourselves, our mirror and our gynaecologist?? Firstly, the ladies talk about how unattractive it is when men wear makeup before going on to discuss every flaw that needs covering. To be fair, they do give some pretty good tips on matching your foundation shade to your skin, but other than that, they rip into Cameron Diaz for her acne and reinforce the disgraceful early noughties messaging that thin eyebrows are better. Follow us: dailyedge.
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In the early noughties , taste in Britain was largely dictated by two women: Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine. The straight-talking double act stripped women naked, placed them in a stark degree mirror and chucked most of their wardrobes in black bin liners during the process of the often brutal BBC TV show What Not to Wear. I imagine most households received at least one of their spinoff handbooks for Christmas, so as we are experiencing a '00s resurgence, I decided to revisit their style advice to see how their rules stand up in The particular book I found at the back of my own family bookshelf was What You Wear Can Change Your Life , which focuses on identifying your body shape, effectively clearing out your closet and finding the colours that suit you. There are many passages throughout this book that I can't quite believe were ever allowed to be printed—according to their philosophy, finding "Mr Right" has a lot to do with the right outfit, and words like "podgy" and "saggy" are commonplace, highlighting quite how much has changed in how women talk about other women and themselves over the last 15 years. My mission, however, was to focus on their trend advice, so ignoring some eye-raising rules on the difference between big bones or small bones and the chapter where they wear fake baby bumps, keep scrolling to revisit what Trinny and Susannah once wanted us to wear. In , many of the most stylish women often wear head-to-toe black, such as Ashley Olsen and Victoria Beckham , but according to Trinny and Susannah, "black has become the tedious uniform of modern Britain.
Susannah and Trinny's straight-talking fashion advice has made them Britain's best-known style duo. Now in their third BBC television series, they continue to make-over more unsuspecting style casualties. Offering advice on how to develop personal style, whilst making the most of your body shape, hiding your defects and flaunting those assets! Susannah and Trinny are not about fashion; they are about personal style - dressing for your body shape and personality - and this book shows you how. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.