How to Improve Your Style this World Book Day — Inside Out Style

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Happy World Book Day! Let’s Crack Open a Universe of Style

Have you ever stopped to think about the magic a book holds? It’s a portal to countless worlds, a repository of wisdom whispered across centuries, and a wellspring of inspiration waiting to be tapped. As someone who spends a good chunk of my time lost in the pages of books on many topics as well as having written a few dedicated to style,  World Book Day feels like a giant celebration of everything these incredible objects represent.

So, here’s a question for you: what if style wasn’t just about the clothes on your back, but about the knowledge you carry within? After all, confidence and self-assuredness – hallmarks of true style – are often cultivated through the lessons we learn.

If you’re not a first-time reader here at Inside Out Style, you’ve consumed wisdom and gained knowledge from what you’ve read here that I hope has sparked an idea, given you a new perspective or just challenged you to rethink your assumptions about your style and what you wear.

Think about it. Maybe you devoured a book on colour theory (like I did back in the 1980s) and suddenly saw your wardrobe in a whole new light and finally understood why people asked if you were “feeling OK” every time you wore your mustard yellow jumper. Perhaps a biography of a fashion icon sparked a fire in you to express your own unique flair. Or maybe a book on personal branding helped you refine how you present yourself to the world.

Books have the power to transform us, not just outwardly, but inwardly as well. They can teach us about different cultures, historical trends, and the psychology behind what we wear. They can empower us to break free from fashion “rules” and embrace our individuality.

In my own journey with style, books have been a guiding light. They’ve introduced me to forgotten fashion eras, challenged my preconceptions about what looks good, and equipped me with the knowledge to create a wardrobe that reflects my personality and empowers me.

Here’s the beauty of it all: there’s a book out there waiting to be your style BFF. Whether you’re drawn to timeless classics on garment construction or crave the latest tips from fashion bloggers, there’s something for everyone. So this World Book Day, I challenge you to pick up a book that speaks to your sartorial soul.

Let it ignite your imagination, expand your knowledge, and most importantly, inspire you to express your unique style with confidence. After all, a well-read mind is a stylish mind, wouldn’t you agree?

Happy reading (and happy styling)!

My Style Books

Celebrate world book day with a style book by Imogen LamportThe Finishing Touch

Want to know how to accessorise your outfits so they are more stylish?  Then this is the ebook for you!  Grab your copy and get to grips with how to choose accessories for every outfit, from shoes to hats and everything in between!  Find out more about the Finishing Touch.

Never Short on Style

If you’re on the shorter side, you have more sartorial challenges than those who are more average or taller, this book is for you as it delves into the things you need to know, to adapt your style so it fits your petite frame.  Find out more about Never Short on Style.

Travelling Light

Packing is something so many people hate, so rather than be disappointed when you travel that you are lugging heaps of stuff that you don’t end up wearing, discover my tried and true tips on how to pack more lightly yet still have lots of outfit options.  There is also a video that you can choose to invest in as well where I show you exactly how I pack lightly (72 outfits into carry on luggage) if you prefer to watch and learn.  Discover more about Travelling Light.

Svelte in Style

I co-authored this with Jill Chivers, we got asked many times by women losing weight, not wanting to have to buy a whole new wardrobe  at each size, how to dress stylishly yet more economically.  Check out Svelte in Style now.

Check out all my books (as well as other style programs and video masterclasses) here.

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