Wife Dressing: The Fine Art of Being a Well-Dressed Wife
Introduction by Rosemary Feitelberg.
Complete with checklists that help chart a wardrobe plan and indispensable tips on everything from traveling to entertaining, this authoritative guide will strengthen every fashion IQ and aid in the search for the elusive quality of chic.
Wife Dressing includes helpful suggestions for avoiding fashion traps, spending wisely, and even has quick remedies for banishing the "haven't-got-a-thing-to-wear-mood," proving all the while that there is indeed a fine—and perhaps lost—art to looking good for every occasion.
About the Authors:
A model turned fashion designer and designer turned wife and mother, Anne Fogarty became a household name in the late 1950s and 1960s thanks to the tremendous popularity of her designs that included the iconic Paper Doll Silhouette and sleek sheath dresses. Today, many of her designs are on display at the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Rosemary Feitelberg writes for Women's Wear Daily and Scoop magazine. She resides in New York City.