Dress Skinny, a New Book on Perfecting Your Style and Flattering Your Figure

Your personal best look is only a page away.

Just as Marie Claire editor-in-chief Anne Fulenwider writes in her introduction to Marie Claire's new tome, Marie Claire: Dress Skinny (Running Press), everybody has those days: You wake up, pull something on, pull another something on, and curse your entire wardrobe because nothing works. Featuring hundreds of inspirational photographs and divided into chapters on how to flatter your bust, arms, abs, hips and legs, with additional style secrets on accessories and lingerie, Dress Skinny provides a handy guidebook on never having those feelings again.

The book also boasts style tips and secrets from A-listers such as Katy Perry, Jennifer Hudson and Zooey Deschanel, and top designers such as Michael Kors, Diane von Furstenburg and Carolina Herrera, who professes, "A long-sleeved white shirt will always make a woman look seductive and snappy. The beauty of it is there is an infinite number of styles, cuts and sleeve shapes so every figure can find one. It's a blank canvas that you can dress up or down to capture the spirit of the occasion."

Built on the premise that anyone can look like the best version of herself with some expert advice and loads of pictures, Dress Skinny by Joyce Corrigan is a must-have for any woman looking to be her own personal stylist. Get a glimpse of the pages below, and be sure to add it to your reading list.

Marie Claire: Dress Skinny, retails for $23 and is available now.
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