Saddle shoes. Camp shorts. Girdles. Bell-bottoms. Each plays a
significant role as we follow B., the wardrobe's owner, through her
buttoned-up Midwestern childhood to the freedom of miniskirts,
sundresses, and New York City. We watch as B. copes with the
untimely death of her mother, makes a go of glamorous magazine
work, and, after the inevitable false starts and fashion missteps,
finally comes into her own.
Part memoir, part fashion and cultural history of the last five
decades," "Autobiography of a Wardrobe" "is an exploration of the
clothes each generation has embraced and the smallest details in
which we are able to seek comfort and meaning.
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