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Title:
Practical princess perfect wardrobe : declutter and re-jig your closet to transform your life
ISBN:
9781788790703
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Edition:
Revised edition.
Publication Information:
London : Ryland Peters & Small, 2019.
Physical Description:
128 pages : illustrations (colour) ; 21 cm
General Note:
"First published in 2011"--t.p. Verso.

Includes index.
Contents:
Wardrobe assessment -- Organizing your wardrobe -- Going shopping.
Summary:
"In Practical Princess Perfect Wardrobe, the stylist, organizational whizz and wardrobe expert Elika Gibbs shares the secrets of her unique three-step process, putting the luxury of a complete wardrobe edit and makeover within everyone's reach. Elika starts with a clear-sighted wardrobe assessment that's designed to help you dress for the life you lead, and offers plenty of hand-holding as you clear out your closet. Once you've decided exactly what to keep and what needs to go, the next step is to reorganize, rehang and colour-coordinate your clothing. Finally, Elika focuses on savvy and successful shopping to fill the gaps."--Provided by publisher.
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Summary

"We all need a Practical Princess in our lives." The Times.

In Practical Princess Perfect Wardrobe, the stylist, organizational whizz and wardrobe expert Elika Gibbs shares the secrets of her unique three-step process, putting the luxury of a complete wardrobe edit and makeover within everyone's reach. Elika starts with a clear-sighted wardrobe assessment that's designed to help you dress for the life you lead, and offers plenty of hand-holding as you clear out your closet. Once you've decided what to keep and what needs to go, the next step is to reorganize, rehang, and color-coordinate your clothing. Finally, Elika focuses on savvy and successful shopping to fill the gaps. The result? A hard-working, streamlined wardrobe that makes it easy to get dressed and easy to feel confident about yourself.


Author Notes

Elika Gibbs--a.k.a the Practical Princess--has been waving her magic wand over women's closets for more than three decades. Known for her infectious personality, impeccable eye, and encyclopaedic knowledge of designers and their collections, she has worked with everyone from Kate Moss and Tamara Mellon to royalty and international socialites and travels the globe for her loyal, much-loved clients.


Table of Contents

Introductionp. 6
1 Wardrobe Assessmentp. 12
Does your wardrobe reflect your life?
Trying on
The six-pile process
What to do with your edit pile
Storage
Cataloguing
2 Organizing Your Wardrobep. 38
Adapting your space
Cleaning your space
Tools of the trade
Hanging your clothes
Template folding
Lingerie
Hosiery and socks
Swimwear
Shoes and boots
Handbags
Belts
Costume jewellery
Hats
Scarves
The common clothes moth
Identifying the gaps
3 Going Shoppingp. 100
Looking good and feeling confident
What to take with you
Where to go
Inside the store
The dreaded changing room
Your style
Shopping for special occasions
Packing
Indexp. 126
Creditsp. 127
Acknowledgmentsp. 128