Monday, August 16, 2010

Good Girls Don't Have to Dress Bad in My Box

Did you know you should not wear the same bra two days in a row?

How do you find a pair of jeans that fit?

What do B O D and X have to do with fashion?

Shari Braendel’s latest book, GOOD GIRLS don’t have to DRESS BAD, will answer these fashion questions and many more.

Shari addresses fashion issues from head to toe and everywhere in between. She uses well-placed humor to drive home the point that “good girls don’t have to dress bad” to be noticed. She declares that women should be proud of the bodies God created for them. Shari also believes, and teaches, that we should dress God’s creation appropriately; fashion and modesty can be partners.

Shari’s book is a take-with-you-shopping resource. The book mirrors her fashion conferences; it’s basically the conference material in written format.

I had an opportunity to attend her workshop, “What to Wear,” at the She Speaks Conference in North Carolina (sponsored by Proverbs 31 Ministries). The information gleaned from the session resonates in my head when I shop. Shari personally consulted with me after the conference, and I purchased the suggested swatch packet appropriate for my coloring. When I shop, I refer to the swatches and my shopping time is more efficient.

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I recommend Shari’s book and conferences without hesitation.

Happy shopping!

The publisher provided a review copy of the book.

1 comment:

  1. I was at the same session! And I got the book and color swatches :-) I'm not up to par in the clothes department so this is a great find.