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Dress to Impress - Learn what to wear and how to wear it!
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Dress to Impress - Learn what to wear and how to wear it!

This booklet and DVD has been developed by the NZDSA and features some of our very own NZDSA members and teaches you what to wear and how to wear it.

Dress to Impress has been developed by the NZDSA and Farmers and is presented by Lisa O'neil. The resource contains a DVD and booklet on how to dress to impress and to learn what to wear and how to wear it! The DVD features some of our very own NZDSA members. Lisa's mission is to inspire people to look their very best. You do not need to spend a lot of money or lose weight to look fantastic. A bit of time and effort goes a long way. The garments in this book have been selected to help you find clothes that will actually suit your body shape. Look great, be happy!

NB: The library resources are available for ADSA library members to borrow. Unfortunately we do not sell direct to the general public.

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