Erica Davies' really useful style guide ditches archaic fashion rules and helps women to reignite their love of clothes.
The perfect Christmas present for the fashionista in your life.
'A treasure trove of the best brands, inspired styling ideas and fashion editor insider knowledge' - Sarah Tomczak, Editor, Red
This is the ultimate confidence-boosting style guide you need in your life.
Erica Davies is here to help you reignite your love of clothes reclaim your style and ditch the archaic fashion rules and language that hold you back from your happiness. Grounded by personal stories and twenty years of career learnings as a fashion editor and journalist, Leopard is a Neutral offers practical advice on how to make bold, assured style decisions, harness the power of dressing and curate a wardrobe of joy. Erica unpicks the damaging framework we use to think about our bodies and confronts the negative pressures placed on women - encouraging us all to explore and celebrate our sense of self every day.
'This book is as amiable, relatable and stylish as Erica herself. Crammed with useful tips and advice, it's a treasure trove of the best brands, inspired styling ideas and fashion editor insider knowledge (like how to 'scan' the shops). Best of all it gives you the confidence to break the 'style rules' and instead, carve out your own. Bravo!' - Sarah Tomczak, Editor, Red
'A brilliant style guide.' - Candice Brathwaite
'Erica is one of those women who radiates joy and makes you feel good about yourself, so of course this book offers the same sentiment (along with some amazing style tips), I loved it.' - Alex Stedman, The Frugality
Erica's joyful, rule-shattering manifesto for abandoning the old diktats that might have stopped you wearing a certain colour, pattern or shape and instead using fashion as a source of mood-boosting self-expression... reads like a wise friend who'll chat about anything - how style changes with your life stage; body image; why fashion shouldn't just be for sample-size models. And Erica speaks powerfully from first-hand experience. - The Sunday Telegraph