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Standard advice from Ch4's king of style.
on 29 December 2009
Frequently appearing on Channel 4's evening lineup with inspiring shows such as 'How To Look Good Naked' and 'Gok's Fashion Fix', Gok has fast become the head style guru of countless women across the country due to his unusually empathic and genuinely considerate approach to styling ladies of all shapes and sizes.
However if you're a frequent viewer of the show or a frequent reader of style books such as 'What Not To Wear' and 'Closet Confidential', much of the advice within these pages you'll already know about, as it covers basic cuts of clothing for both evening and casual wear and how each shape should wear them, as well as straightforward friendly styling tips from the show's presenter himself.
This book would be best for those ladies just starting out in tackling a wild, unruly closet of clothes but still have nothing to wear: it will help get you started in picking basics which will suit your shape to enable your wardrobe to become more versatile. On the other hand, if you're more acquainted with your shape and the basics of everyday fashion, this is more of a book to flick through or briefly borrow than one that earns pride of place on your bookshelf.