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How to Dress for Every Occasion by the Pope

by Daniel Handler

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I have often gotten up, wondering what to wear and wishing I had the advice of the Pope so this is the perfect book for me. I was surprised there wasn't more diversity in his recommendations but I guess when you find something that works, you stick with it. Anyway, I have to get some more hats and expand my tunic collection but I think I'm well on my way to dressing impeccably. ( )
  janeycanuck | Feb 2, 2011 |
Fashion tips from The Pope, from big hats (says "I'm important") to rings, here's how to dress for every occasion from His Grace, who is clearly just an ordinary kind of guy.
  g3orgia | Mar 26, 2009 |
A must-read for all Catholics, and for all those who are recovering from said ailment.
  vashta.nerada | Mar 25, 2009 |
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How to Dress for Every Occasion By The Pope is a satirical work in which The Pope [pseudonym for Daniel Handler] explains to readers how to assemble appropriate outfits for a variety of places and events. Warning that “If you don’t look your best, people won’t think the best of you,” The Pope prescribes attire for occasions including: work, church, play, nightlife, weddings and picnics, the racetrack, fancy state dinners, the beach, going to the movies or a play, traveling, and Christmastime. The book includes illustrations by Sarah “Pinkie” Bennett [pseudonym for Lisa Brown], a glossary and Frequently Asked Questions.
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