What I Wore Today by Gemma Correll
  

Synopsis

What I Wore Today by Gemma Correll

Doodle yourself into a style icon.Have you noticed how what you do in a day has quite a lot to do with what you're wearing? You forget your glasses, you miss the bus. You wear lucky underpants and suddenly everything goes your way. Not everyone wants their journal to be about feelings and bad poetry, so start scribbling about what you wore and sum up in a flash what it is to be you. Let your imagination run wild. Use our little mannequin to sketch yourself in a flash and fill in the blanks about the day - its highs, its lows, and what you've been up to. You can design your ideal fashion items, from shoes to umbrellas, so you can be as creative with your style as you like. Use the additional wish list for your notes, pictures, cut-outs - stick in or write down whatever your heart desires. No self-respecting girl should be without one!

About the Author

Gemma Correll is a freelance illustrator, coffee drinker, and sometime ukulele player. Gemma has been printed and exhibited in galleries and store windows internationally and on everything from placemats to umbrellas. She has been published in various books, annuals and magazines and her work has been described as the perfect combination of ugly and cute, which she hopes is a compliment.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
112 pages

Author

Gemma Correll
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Publisher

MQ Publications Ltd an imprint of Octopus Publishing Group

Publication date

5th March 2012

ISBN

9781846013959


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