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Had you been alive in 1935, you would have spent a fixed proportion of your annual income on a nine piece wardrobe consisting of two day dresses, an afternoon dress, evening dress, suit, coat and ski-suit or overcoat. But if you followed one magazine's fashion advice you would have paid $216,000 for 240 items of clothing, 72 pairs of shoes plus accessories and hosiery in 2 ...more
Paperback, 278 pages
Published December 7th 2015 by Bluemere Books (first published March 2nd 2015)
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Alexandria Blaelock
I wrote this book because I couldn't find what I wanted to know about how to build (or plan) a wardrobe to last more than a single fashion cycle. I wanted practical guidance about how much to spend, and what to buy to get the best value for what I could afford to spend. Along the way I discovered how women during Two World Wars and the Great Depression managed, and now I am sharing it with you.
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Writer, philosopher and dog magnet Alexandria Blaelock advises embracing things that matter, like beauty, friendship and wisdom.

Drawing on a career in project and event management, she is the author of four personal development books describing how rational thought about activities like getting dressed and feeding your friends can lead to the kind of pleasure that makes life worthwhile.

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