I may have been hoping for more here, it falls very short on substance, but I wasn’t expecting to feel so let down by this. I think I am mostly sad for needing to leave a less than happy review here.
The “book” portion is only the first 9%, the next 2-5% are drawings on par with fashion inspiration doodles-not bad, just similar to what I would expect to find at a magazine editor office to try out different looks, and the entire rest of the book reads like an excel spreadsheet of over 1,800 lines.
I wasn’t sure what the target demographic here was, minimalists wouldn’t use this as a coffee-table book, for instance, I found the references to be highly stereotypical, from cringe-worthy “We all love shoes!” to fifty shades trilogy references. Oh and don’t forget that love of chocolate, because obviously these are the only things that women could *possibly* ever think about or want as our lives are just so simple and light-hearted. Unsurprisingly for a book so condescending, I did not find it to be in any way helpful.
Anyone already familiar with the concept of a capsule wardrobe, even a passing glance through an article on-line, probably won’t find any new ground-breaking territory covered here. I couldn’t see getting this even as a gift because the content is so low.