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Looking your best is as easy as A-B-C

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Fashion stylist Illysia Neumann-Loreck shares her story about writing on her blog to offer women fashion and beauty advice.

She has years of experience as a fashion stylist. Her topics include season must-haves, color trends, how to pack for a trip, and how to look thinner.

With the help of her three models, she reveals which outfits make a pear shape, hourglass, and long legs look their best. Her A-B-C technique, Accentuate your strong points, Balance your proportions and Conceal your flaws, has been helping women look their best for years.

For more information, visit Illysia's blog at www.madlychic.com or her personal styling business at www.closetenvy.net.

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