Step Into Our Shopping Diet

November 19, 2011 at 1:39 pm 1 comment

We Bought it. We read it. We loved it. And we’ll read it again.

Phillip Bloch, a renowned celebrity stylist, has written a practical, comprehensive and highly useful guide on how to leverage one’s existing wardrobe as a strategy to forego perpetual shopping trips.

 

We believe this approach gives one immediate insight into pieces of clothing (and other non-wardrobe related items – apply the strategies to kitchenware and toiletries) they can do without. Think you need a new cocktail dress or blazer despite the many not worn in months? Think again and skip to Part Two (The Battle of the Bulge) Step Six: Reinvent The Favorites.

 

The Shopping Diet, according to Bloch, “offers a lifetime of shopping success” by:

  • Unveiling your shopping compulsions
  • Reevaluating and accentuating the positive in your personal style and body type
  • Making your current wardrobe work for you
  • Teaching you how to maximize your purchases
  • Offering the gift of conscious spending

Buy the book – this onetime purchase will save you an obscene amount of money, time and regret.

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Entry filed under: Accessory Organizing, Closet Organization, Decluttering, Editing, Resources, Strategic Shopping. Tags: , , , , , .

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Rachel  |  November 26, 2011 at 6:11 pm

    I enjoyed this book. Thanks for recommending! Lots of useful information and tips.

    Reply

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