It goes into depth about some of the psychology of how we dress, indecisiveness, how the way we feel about ourselves and others' opinions and judgments of us influence how we dress, and why we choose (or refuse to choose) to give weight to those beliefs and opinions. Stacy starts off spending time getting personal about her self-esteem issues and battles with weight and psoriasis as a girl, as well as her status as a never-married, childless woman in her 40s. I loved her candor and relatability. As she takes 9 women through personal styling consultations, she reflects her commonality with many of their issues, and gives readers a cheat sheet for how to overcome such defeatist thoughts as, "I try on pants everywhere I go and nothing fits," or "I'm self-conscious about my __________ (fill in body part here)," or "No one looks like me." There are also resources at the end of the book that list Stacy's recommended list of stores and designers based on the issues described by the 9 women she styled in the book.