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#65: 365 Style - Nicky Hilton

From red carpets and runways to front row at Fashion Week, designer and muse Nicky Hilton has earned her reputation as a style icon. Exposed to the top tier of the fashion industry from childhood, in this style guide Hilton reveals tips and tricks of the trade she has learned along the way. 
Never having employed a stylist, Hilton has created her own personal style. In this guide she helps you discover yours. Despite her opulent upbringing, Nicky maintains a less-is-more mindset and instructs you how to look like a million—without spending a million. 
Her formula for creating your signature style is as easy as 3-6-5. Consider the 3 main aspects of your lifestyle, choose 6 staple items of clothing, and identify 5 essential accessories. This simple plan will allow you to make savvy wardrobe selections that keep you on-trend and out of hoarder status, for good. 
Nicky shares her best-kept style secrets: 
*The $30 wardrobe item you can't live without 
*The one closet accessory that keeps you organized at all times 
*Five must-have wardrobe items 
*DIY upgrades: from bygone to brilliant 
*How to pack like a jet-setter 
Full of personal stories, style successes, fashion mishaps and more, 365 Style is the ultimate guide to fashion from the style expert turned best friend you never knew you had!

  • Kindle: 10413 KB
  • Print Length: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Harlequin Nonfiction (September 2, 2014)
  • ASIN: B00JZFWTP0

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AUTHOR BIO:
Nicky Hilton is an international style icon, model, and designer. A respected expert of style and fashion, Nicky has been a red carpet correspondent at the Oscars, and served as a guest judge on Project Runway.


REVIEW:
A fashionista's must-have book!
Nicky Hilton exudes style. She always looks chic and trendy no matter where she is seen. Now I know why, thanks to this book. 
This book lets women in on what her tips and go-to ideas are for any occasion or no occasion at all. With a woman of her stature, I was actually surprised by how many thrifty options she shared. That goes to show you that this book is not just for the rich girls, but women on a budget can benefit from her tips too. She has some great tips that I plan on implementing in my own closet. Her tips on organizing your closet is what a girl like me needs. I have a walk in that you can't really walk into anymore. 
This book is also filled with moments from her personal life. She even included some wonderful and personal family photos. 
You really need to check this book out, no matter what your age. Even if you're mildly curious abut her life and what makes Nicky tick, it's in there. I think this book has something for all the ladies, it just depends on what.


4/5


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  1. This one sounds like a lot of fun, even for us non-fashionistas.

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  2. What was your favorite tip?

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    1. I liked her tips on what to keep in your closet season by season. She tells you basically to minimize. Know your style and keep cycling clothes per season.

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