Recognize yourself in any of Zyla’s archetypes, a fashion concept that builds on the “what season are you?” clothes-color theory? Readers will immediately turn to descriptions of the 24 archetypes and figure out if they’re an “Early Spring” or a “Jeweltone Summer,” a “Bronze Autumn” or an “Antique Winter.” The author’s real purpose here is to help you discover your authentic style to attract love, enhance your power, restore your energy, make a lasting impression, or show the world who you really are. This is accomplished by way of real-life dialogues with his clients, examples of applications, charts to keep color scores, and tips and hints throughout. Written in a colloquial style, Zyla even accompanies you on a closet purging and a shopping expedition, pointing out the way one’s emotions block rational decision making with excuses such as “It costs too much money to discard” or “My husband/wife bought it for me.” Like having a personal fashion advisor on hand, The Color of Style lacks only one thing: illustrations to make the invisible visible. --Barbara Jacobs
"David's eye for color, style and shape is extraordinary, and his sense of style is always exciting. What I really love about The Color of Style
is that he's found a way to make every woman feel like the best possible version of herself."
"David didn't just give me a better sense of my own style; he didn't just save me from years of wardrobe fumbling. The palette he gave me represented a turning point: a decision to look and act like myself and see how much farther that would get me."
-Aaron Shure, Executive Producer, Everybody Loves Raymond
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