I felt the most important part of this book is the in depth look into the inner emotional turmoil that comes with fashion. My struggle began early in puberty when I let clothes dictate how I thought I should be shaped. The fit (or lack there of) of designer clothes mocked my seemingly weird shaped body proclaiming I was unworthy of any fashionable style. This book clearly addresses many self-esteem issues (like mine), and not with just one or two pithy sentences, but with many thought provoking exercises.
I learned a lot and enjoyed reading the book cover to cover. I recommend it for anyone who wants to shift their perception about style and is wardrobe challenged, like me.