The Little Black Dress Project Book and eBook

Dearest BusiChic,

It’s with great pleasure that I announce that The Little Black Dress Project is available as both a physical book and an e-Book!

The Little Black Dress Project Book and eBook
Photos from the BusinessChic Little Black Dress Project series – now all has been gussied up into a limited edition book!
The Little Black Dress Project
Fashion magazines often applaud the timelessness of a Little Black Dress (LBD) but then go onto feature 5 different LBDs that you can buy. In my first book, The Little Black Dress Project, I share 52 different ways busy women can style their own LBD for one of the trickiest of dresscodes, the office.
The book celebrates the LBD and the opportunities for creating personal style in the workplace through professional fashion illustration by Angie Rehe, photography by Meagan Harding, creative design by Jim Petroutsos and a foreword by Sarah Gale.
This book would not be possible without the help of supporters like Nikki Parkinson from Styling You and Iolanthe Gabrie from Ruby Slipper through the crowdfunding site, Pozible.com – thank you to all of you who supported my project through your comments, telling your friends about the project, visiting the exhibition and by buying my book – I am very grateful.
The book is now available as a physical book ($29AUD + postage) or eBook ($14.95) and can be bought here.
 

Click on the image to buy the physical book

– handy to flick through when you are in a hurry!

The Little Black Dress Project book

 Buy the eBook

– an interactive .pdf document that is handy to flick through on your tablet or PC!:

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I need to start collating quotes and thoughts on the book from readers to help promote the book so if you have blogged about the book or have a quote that you’re happy for me to share – please let me know!

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    1. What a great idea! So much inspiration and new ideas on how to dress up the LBD. I run an online clothing store with my twin sister. http://www.masse.com.au and we encourage women to “create personal style in the workplace” just as you have suggested. Great blog, we love reading it!

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