What's the one thing almost every woman owns that regrettably goes unworn? The answer is quite obvious: the accessory. It's the scarf you bought, but always forget to wear; the handbag you had to have but somehow only take out once or twice a year; or those earrings or shoes you never wear because your style has changed.Fashions may change, but one thing remains constant--our love for that accessory. So why must our accessories immediately seem outdated? Why should they unnecessarily hide in the dresser? It almost seems like accessories should come with a set of instructions. Now they do. Terms of Adornment is the ultimate guide to accessories. Full of tips and hints, historical fashion anecdotes, and complete outfits for each accessory, Terms of Adornment is a must for every woman seeking to maximize her scarves, hats, handbags, shoes, and jewelry. Terms of Adornment will show you how to wear what you like without dictating what is right and wrong. With Terms of Adornment all of those forgotten accessories that once held so much promise will once again find a cherished place in your wardrobe.Deborah Chase, a health and beauty writer, is the author of six other books, including The New Medically Based No-Nonsense Beauty Book, Fruit Acids for Fabulous Skin, and the upcoming Every Bride is Beautiful. Her articles have appeared in Glamour, Redbook, and Ladies Home Journal. In 1998, she toured the United States as the national spokesperson for the Pond's "Educated Face" program. Deborah is a native New Yorker and still resides in New York City.