Miss Craig’s Face-Saving Exercises Craig 1970 Are you aging? Do you have time on your hands to stare into a mirror and make faces? This might be the book you are waiting for! Miss Craig shows us how to do
Patterns for Pregnancy Musgrave 1987 Submitter: I worked in a large city public library for about 2 years where I located this relic of 1980’s maternity fashion. Patterns for Pregnancy is an interesting concept: sew your own maternity clothing for a fraction of
Liberace: Your Personal Fashion Consultant Feder 2007 I know what I’m wearing to the library’s next fancy fund raiser! -Holly
The 15-Minute-A-Day Natural Face Lift Saffon 1979 Finally, a DIY facelift book! Where has this been all my life? Just use some mineral water, face cream and a bit of tape and voilà, instant youth. I urge all of you
How you look and dress 4th Edition Carson 1969 Submitter: Yes, we are finally getting into some serious weeding of our academic library, hence this little gem. It has everything the modern girl (in 1969) would want to know: -How
Costumes from Crepe Paper Pointillart 1974 Submitter: 1. Crepe paper is the worst costume-creation substance ever. Especially if a child is going to wear it. Really, how long will these costumes last before they’re torn to shreds? 2. These costumes
Flatter Your Figure Larkey 1991 The woman on the cover does look nicer in the blue and green outfit than the red, so the advice in the book seems reasonable based on the cover. Too bad she’s dressed like a Golden Girl.
Bobbie Jean Thompson’s Scarf Tying Magic Thompson 1988 Scarves are still very fashionable, so something like this is a great book for a public library. It would be better if it had current pictures…or even good pictures. Some of them