A sensible and provoking information to how you can taste, put on, purchase, and maintain each and every roughly Accent, from the New York Times easiest-promoting creator of How to Get Dressed.

Costume dressmaker and author Alison Freer is liked for her sassy, rule-breaking type recommendation, which emphasizes that taste will have to be a laugh, private, and useful. As a substitute of prescribing what to put on or personal, Freer empowers you to put on no matter what you need—and displays how you can pull it off—with humor and wit. In The Accent Handbook, Freer breaks down each and every form of Accent—from hats and hosiery to jewellery, baggage, and footwear—and explains how you can easiest retailer for, maintain, and put on each and every with aptitude.