Kat Farmer ‘Get Changed’ – In Person Author Event


This event will now be taking place at Walthamstow Hall School, Hollybush Lane, Sevenoaks, TN13 3UL in the Assembly Hall.

Thursday 31 March, 7.30pm.  Doors open at 7.00pm for you to meet up and have a drink before the event.

Ticket price includes a signed copy of Get Changed (RRP £20), exclusive to Sevenoaks Bookshop and an exclusive tote bag designed for this special event. Book and bag will be available for collection on the night of the event. 

Get Changed is published 31 March 2022. Click here to pre-order just the book. 

Paperless tickets for online orders – names of ticket holders will be checked on the door.

Coming Soon – Ready for despatch or collection on or close to publication day

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Get Changed is for the countless women out there who are wondering whether they know who they are anymore. Loss of identity is an experience all too familiar to Instagram style guru and professional stylist Kat Farmer. In her own life, she found that fashion helped her regenerate herself and rediscover her confidence.

In Get Changed, Kat’s authentic, down-to-earth voice, trademark humour, and insights into some of her personal anxieties make you feel like she’s right there in the room with you. The book delivers the personal stylist experience to readers, a step-by-step practical guide to building the ultimate new wardrobe. Borrowing from the structure of a recipe book, the prep, the ingredients and the method, Kat breaks down the process with easy-to-remember tips and tricks; the reader will come away inspired and confident that they can build a wardrobe of clothes they love. Most importantly, Kat will show that finding your confidence again and discovering the new you can be as simple as getting changed.

The book covers all the basics – sorting out and assessing your current wardrobe, working out what works for your body type and your lifestyle, how to shop successfully, key wardrobe pieces (crucially that will work together) all tackled with Kat’s helpful, warm and funny approach.

This event will be hosted by the award-winning journalist and magazine and newspaper editor, Marianne Jones.

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