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by Susannah Constantine,Trinny Woodall

Who Do You Want to Be Today? download ebook
Susannah Constantine,Trinny Woodall
Phoenix (an Imprint of The Orion Publishing Group Ltd ) (May 28, 2009)
288 pages
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The following year Woodall and Constantine released their second book, What Not . Who do you want to be today?, Weidenfeld & Nicolson (2011). ISBN 978-0-297-85452-4).

The following year Woodall and Constantine released their second book, What Not to Wear, which gained them a British Book Award and sold over 670,000 copies. Woodall and Susannah Constantine first collaborated in 1996 on Ready to Wear, a weekly style guide for The Daily Telegraph which ran for seven years. The style guide highlighted affordable high-street fashion, with the pair using themselves to demonstrate clothing that suited different figures  .

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Susannah Constantine, Trinny Woodall. Who would you like to be today?. Sexy Bombshell (inspired by Marilyn Monroe or Scarlett Johansson). Ice Queen (cool perfection like Nicole Kidman or Grace Kelly). Rock Chick (wild and strong like Debbie Harry or Amy Winehouse). Sultry Diva (think Ava Gardner or Jerry Hall). Stylish Sophisticate (Coco Chanel or Anna Wintour). Androgyne boy-girl (Hillary Swank or Grace Jones). Boho (a la Kate Moss or Sienna Miller). Victoria Beckham or Eva Longoria) Trinny&Susannah show you how to put together 12 completely different looks. The famous, or should that be infamous, BBC makeover duo have written a book on how to be inspired to dress differently. Style gurus Trinny & Susannah show you how to put together 12 completely different looks. You can be the Diva on Monday, the Bombshell on Tuesday and the Rock Chick on Wednesday. If you have 9 other days to fill, there are options for those too. Every look starts with the definition of the look itself, then the wardrobe, the night-time & the day-time versions of the look. Finishing touches are included – the bag, the shoes, the perfume and the makeup.

Susannah & Trinny's sixth primetime television series will be shown on ITV in the autumn.

We are like Rottentomatoes or Metacritic for books. We also do book giveaways. Susannah & Trinny's sixth primetime television series will be shown on ITV in the autumn. They write for Heat magazine and the Daily Mail and are now Britain's best known style experts, called upon to adjudicate on all matters sartorial. They are contributors to Heat magazine and the Daily Mail and are now Britain's best known style experts, called upon to adjudicate on all matters sartorial.

For years Trinny Woodall was famous for telling the nation what not to wear alongside her television partner in crime Susannah Constantine. Woodall told BBC News why she decided to launch a makeup range for women of all ages. Video by Sophie van Brugen.

You've read The Rules, you know your shape, and you've worked out which colours suit you best, now you can have some real fun and learn how to vary your look according to your mood. WHO WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE TODAY? ...Sexy Bombshell (inspired by Marilyn Monroe or Scarlett Johansson) ...Ice Queen (cool perfection like Nicole Kidman or Grace Kelly) ...Rock Chick (wild and strong like Debbie Harry or Amy Winehouse) ...Sultry Diva (think Ava Gardner or Jerry Hall) ...Stylish Sophisticate (Coco Chanel or Anna Wintour) ...Androgyne boy-girl (Hillary Swank or Grace Jones) ...Boho (a la Kate Moss or Sienna Miller) ...High Maintenance (Victoria Beckham or Eva Longoria) Trinny & Susannah show you how to put together 12 completely different looks. They analyse the iconic photographs which encapsulate each look, and use them to create an inspirational mood board of styles, colours and wardrobe essentials as the basis for each look.They cover hair and makeup and the finishing touches - the details that will help you compose the look. It's all about learning how to express your individuality, developing your own personal style, and having the confidence to pull it off.
  • Zaryagan
Well, the girls did it again. I own and have read every book they've written and I think I look better for it. But this book may be my all-time favorite. It claims to be mainly about fun and frivolity, which it is, but it also has some pretty profound ideas about personal style and identity and how to explore those concepts. The authors have broken down and defined various types of clothing styles for women in a way I've never thought of before, but in a way that absolutely rings true. I now understand why one look appeals to me instantly (it conveys a message I love), while another look doesn't speak to me (it communicates an idea that isn't me at all). The book is laid out beautifully, art directed beautifully, the photos are top-notch, and the collage pages for every type are great. The advice about hair and make-up is helpful. I'm sure I'll use this book over and over again. It truly is fun and entertaining, but, really, so much more: it's about expressing the soul of personal identity and experimenting with that identity. (Note to Trinny & Susannah: Keep the books coming and please bring your show to the U.S.! We need you!)
  • Dugor
I live in the US and love Trinny and Susannah so much more than Stacey and Clinton. I have almost all their books and have gotten a lot out of them.

That being said, this is not a book about the basics. They have other books about that, sort of a fashion 101 for what kind of foundations you need for your arse and what colors go with what and what to wear to make your [...] smaller, larger, etc. This is not that book.

It is a book about style. Developing it, exploring it, taking it to the next level. It's not for the faint of heart. You won't see sneakers in this book.

I read the whole thing in one night. It took awhile to get here after I ordered it, and I was so excited to get my hands on it. I have a body more like Susannah than Trinny, and I general like to dress more like a Bombshell to show off those curves.

Have you ever seen women who have that "it"? You don't quite know what "it" is, but you know you don't have it. But you want it. This is the book on how to get the It, whether it's hard rock, diva, boho. They actually teach you the key things for each look to seek out, and then tell you the hair and makeup components to go with it.

Buy it. Enjoy it.
  • Qusserel
I love the idea of dressing differently on somedays instead of always wearing the same safe outfits. T & S rev up your creative instincts and get you to think out of the box. Learn how to express yourself through your clothing and enjoy celebrating the fun you that is hiding inside
  • Still In Mind
Well, I am a fan of the girls; I loved each and every book from this lot as they are so good in giving real women a sense of style. It is always a joy to read and fully inspirational for those who like me, love fashion and style, without being experts or models. It surprised that this one didn't turn out to be that good. Reading this appears to me as peeping in to style notes for flamboyant looks. I mean it could be very interesting, if you like fashion, but kind of impractical. If you are looking for the sensible advice and the 101 on style, better turn to the earliest books where you should find it. Even if you were indeed looking for inspiration on different iconic styles, this book wouldn't fully do, as in my opinion to abstract; you may find other books more enlightened than this, such as "The Lucky guide to mastering any Style".
Anyway, I am looking forward on reading the next; hopefully they will delight me again.
  • Kemath
This gives all the options and accessories to achieve different looks. It's about having the confidence to dress differently and express yourself in styles that will still flatter and be fun. Go on - dare to be different!
  • Nirad
Very dated material but the idea behind it still works. Just wish they gave more practical advice on how to make all the looks work for you.
  • Quphagie
This book is worthless. Slim on ideas and overall pointless. This book will not help you develop a personal style. It so narrowly defines the styles it chooses to cover and completely misses the point. And frankly, if you're a twenty-something, this book is definitely not for you. This book is really only useful for forty-plus women with low self-esteem who don't want to dress their age and need a book to tell them it's ok. Even still, it CERTAINLY won't help you if you're having an identity crises.
I love this book, it's about your personality and your soul, the authors recomends what clotes, the make up, the hairstyle, and the accesories for any fashion style.

The book is the complement of the others books of Trinny and Susannah.