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Most every woman has found herself with a closet full of too many clothes or surrounded by brand-new items that somehow never get worn. Instead she gets stuck wearing the same few familiar pieces from a wardrobe that just doesn't feel "right." Dr. Jennifer Baumgartner argues that all those things are actually manifestations of deeper life issues. What if you could understand your appearance as a representation of your inner unresolved conflicts and then assemble a wardrobe to match the way you wish to be perceived? In this fashion guide that is like no other, Dr. Baumgartner helps readers identify the psychology behind their choices, so they can not only develop a personal style that suits their identity but also make positive changes in all areas of life.
Jennifer Baumgartner, PsyD, is a clinical psychologist and the founder of Inside Out, a wardrobe consulting business. She blogs for Psychology Today. She lives in Potomac, Maryland.
Table of Contents
|The InsideOut Connection: Discovering the Psychology of Dress||p. ix|
|What's in Your Closet? Take the Challenge||p. xvii|
|Shop Til You Drop|
|When You Buy More Than You Need||p. 1|
|When Your Closet Is Overflowing||p. 33|
|When You Are Bored with Your Look||p. 65|
|Body of Work|
|When You Avoid Mirrors||p. 87|
|Your Cover s Blown|
|When You Bare Too Much||p. 115|
|Adventures in Time Travel|
|When You Are Not Dressing for Your Age||p. 141|
|Working for It|
|When You Find Yourself Forever in Work Clothes||p. 167|
|It's All in the Details|
|When You Are Covered in Labels||p. 191|
|Getting Back to You|
|When You Live in Mom Jeans||p. 211|
|Appendix: Do-It-Yourself Wardrobe Analysis||p. 235|
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