Bring Out Your Inner Glamour
Discover how fashion can help you be your most authentic self, attract good fortune, and manifest what you desire. When your beautiful inner and outer realities match, you’ll revel in the magic of each day.Read more...
Bring Out Your Inner Glamour
Discover how fashion can help you be your most authentic self, attract good fortune, and manifest what you desire. When your beautiful inner and outer realities match, you’ll revel in the magic of each day.
Far from being superficial, fashion with intention can be a powerful, life-affirming practice. Build a wardrobe of items that enhances your unique attributes and personal magnetism. Select clothes, shoes, and accessories—including what you already own—that will make you look and feel your best. Put together empowering outfits for every occasion with simple guidance on everything from color, material, and pattern to gemstones, nail polish, and tattoos. Drawing on astrology, feng shui, psychology, and more, this fun, mystical fashion guide will help you express your true essence and activate your happiness and success.
Praise: "Tess Whitehurst illuminates the deeper, more magical side of fashion with humor, heart, and brilliance, giving the reader the tools and inspiration needed to reclaim their everyday glamour."—Melanie Marquis, author of The Witch's Bag of Tricks
"Sure to be welcomed by the open-minded fashion lover." —PUBLISHERS WEEKLY
- ISBN-13: 9780738738345
- ISBN-10: 0738738344
- Publisher: Llewellyn Publications
- Publish Date: October 2013
- Page Count: 243
- Dimensions: 8.2 x 5.4 x 0.7 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.6 pounds
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2013-09-16
- Reviewer: Staff
In this satisfying and unusual style guide, intuitive counselor and energy worker Whitehurst (The Art of Bliss) examines the metaphysics of fashion and its potential as a personal art project. As the author explains: “We all wish for a satisfying creative outlet and an endlessly inspiring wellspring from which to regularly draw. I would suggest that our wardrobe and daily clothing choices offer both.” After discussing the power of clothing, Whitehurst encourages readers to clear their closets and get their “fashion energy moving.” Along the way, she explores both Western and Chinese astrology and how they relate to clothing, and encourages readers to focus on their strengths rather than perceived shortcomings. Next, she addresses the underlying meaning of certain apparel, such as pants (“What are you grounded in?”), as well as the symbolism of gemstones, and the meaning of fragrance oil notes and colors. Though Whitehurst instructs readers to “stand like a celebrity” and “walk like a supermodel,” it’s obvious that readers are meant to think of themselves on the same playing field, not as inferior beings. Sprinkled throughout are metaphysical exercises, guided visualizations, and encouragements—sure to be welcomed by the open-minded fashion lover. (Oct.)