There's a lot of good nuggets of information within this book. If you've never had an image consultant or never "had your colors done", you'll learn a lot about what's what and why. If you have, there's still a lot to consider and apply to revising your own personal style.It's not just about fashion - it's mostly about attitude. It's about realizing that, even when life is busy, we still make an impression on those around us with the way that we choose to dress and present ourselves. If you use the tips from the author, you can refocus your wardrobe and "look" around the way that you WANT to present yourself, and not just the 'default' of whatever you happened upon that day. Yes, it takes some effort... some self-evaluation. No, it doesn't require you to be a fashionista or diva or become excessive or obsessive about the way that you dress. Regardless of the personal style that you choose, this book simply helps you to consider what you want to project and help you make that image more of a habit - easier and quicker to do.Try the book for yourself. I was able to get this gem for free as an ebook. But I'd recommend it, even if you have to purchase the book. If you're not sure, get it from your local library.