- Jeans & Trousers
- Skirts & Day Dresses
- Special Occasions
- Pregnancy & Post Pregnancy
- Hair & Make-up
I'm so glad she devoted a chapter to winter as I think its the season where most fashion is on show (instead of summer where all you want to do is rip off your clothes and not in the way my partner would like!). Winter is also the season sneaking up on me at the moment in lovely Sydney!
The book has a lot of artwork which I LOVE in a fashion book and also has a recap at the end of each chapter on every product and type of clothing she has mention - again a brilliant idea for people like me that get to the end and go "wait where was that cream she recommended?? Or those tips for a smooth backside??". Now while all the shops she mentions are London stores a few of them do have online shops or can simply be found on eBay! (eBay is my life!). All through the book are quotes from her designer friends about her and subtle pushes towards her new fashion line. This does usually annoy me in a book but not so in this case.
I was really glad to see that she was realistic about the price of products she suggested. While some of them were reaching the triple zero's (in other words WAY out of my budget) she did include a lot of regular priced items which proves my theory - Money doesn't equal beauty or youth (unless you have a great plastic surgeon).
In summary - I am now proud to say I am a Victoria fan. I enjoyed the book quite a lot and would recommend it to my friends. 4/5 total score- She lost a point for me not living in the UK. I bought my copy from Borders and it set me back about $AU35.00.
Love and kisses on both cheeks,