Seventeen Ultimate Guide to Style: How to Find Your Perfect Look (Paperback)
Seventeen's Ultimate Guide to Style is all about teaching young women to cultivate their own unique style. The book draws advice from the magazine's editors, real-girl style experts, Hollywood stylists, and celebrity fashion icons. Its chapters explore seven timeless fashion vibes: Classic, Edgy, Girly, Glam, Sporty, Artsy, and Boho. Each section breaks down all a girl needs to know about mastering the look and giving it her personal twist. Throughout its beautifully illustrated pages, the book also provides young women with endless ideas to maximize their wardrobe, stretch their dollar, and make everyday basics work in hundreds of ways. Seventeen's Ultimate Guide to Style is an indispensable resource for young fashionistas everywhere.
“Teens who eagerly devour the latest issues of favorite fashion magazines will likely do the same with this photo-centric style guide.” Kirkus Reviews
“A wealth of attractively-packaged information for fashion-conscious girls…”
Lauren Conrad, author of the New York Times bestsellers L.A. Candy and Sweet Little Lies; Sugar and Spice and Lauren Conrad Style
“Fashion is such a big part of my life. But growing up in Laguna, I always dressed very plain—just tanks, jeans, and flip-flops. Seventeen’s Ultimate Guide to Style is exactly the kind of book I would have loved to have back then—there’s so much good style advice and so many great outfit ideas!”
“I love to mix styles—some days I like to wear edgier things, some days I wear really girly stuff. That’s why Seventeen Ultimate Guide to Style is so great—there’s a fashion vibe in here for everyone!”
"I started out as a model in Seventeen! I love this book because I think it's so important to have your own sense of style-and to celebrate your beauty inside and out!"
Kirkus Reviews, April 15, 2011
A wealth of attractively-packaged information for fashion-conscious girls with some money to spend. (Nonfiction. 12-18)
“…we sort of wish we'd had a guide even half as helpful when we were style neophytes.” amNY Style Editor