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One Week Until R29's First Book, Style Stalking Lands On Shelves!

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    There's been many a quote about the difference between "style" and "having expensive clothes." Style is something you have, but cannot get. Style is something you can learn, but can't buy. Style is always evolving, but also a constant — though it never stays the same for long per person, it doesn't change every six months for an industry. Long story short, style is a language that helps you tell a story through what you're wearing.

    And, we've got plenty of stories to tell. We've been working super hard at Refinery29 to put together our first-ever book, Style Stalking, devoted to all things personal style. Featuring some of our best buddies, street style icons, and fashion renegades alongside the key pointers you need to know to adopt it as your own thing. Chock-full of the insider tips and tricks for rule-breaking style, our editor-in-chief Christene Barberich and creative director Piera Gelardi reveal how intrepid dressers interpret a few classic style moves — like Ladylike, Ugly-Pretty, and Vintage — but with that classic Refinery29 spin you expect.

    You've got one more week to place your pre-order to ensure that your copy of Style Stalking ends up in your hands on October 21. For a sneak peek into what's inside, click through for a snapshot at the chapters, topics, and interviews to stalk.

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