If you want to look neat, tidy, and elegant every day, also on a budget, keep reading…
In today’s world, it may feel like no class is lauded and elegance is all about owning a Louis Vuitton bag and designer clothes with huge logos. But here’s a little reminder: you don’t need to be rich in order to be elegant. But how, how can you look elegant without wearing the latest collections from the world-famous designers? The answer is easy: You have to wear clothes that fit your body type, your style, your mindset… and the list goes on. It may be really hard and time consuming to find all that being elegant takes from the internet. Something that works for others may not work for you. That’s why you need to know every piece of advice so that you can find the elegant look that suits perfectly for you.
Jenny Warden is that elegant lady you are willing to be some day. She has a bachelor’s degree in fashion, taken in Venice, Italy. That means she has both, academic and practical knowledge of elegant women’s fashion. She wants to teach you all it took from her to become the elegant and confident lady she has become. So lucky you, because there is no better teacher than someone being in the situation you are willing to be.
In this book you will discover:
- How to easily find your style with a popular method used by the professionals of fashion world
- Secret pieces that you must have in your wardrobe in order to be elegant every day
- 7 forgotten things an elegant woman should never do
- Warren’s own tips & tricks for impressive and elegant style
- How to shop for elegant looks on a budget, the right way
- And much, much more…
The latest trends might not be for everyone but being elegant is for everyone, being elegant is for you. Now is your chance to learn to be that elegant woman everyone desires to be.
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Jack Florentin is a successful entrepreneur, and the son of Holocaust survivors. As co-founder and CEO of Sarah Lawrence S.A., he has introduced major fashion brands in Europe, while expanding his business exponentially. His story provides a rare glimpse into one man’s struggle to survive in a tumultuous business environment; at the same time avoiding being crushed by the threat of “elephants,” or competitors. In addition, his experiences offer insight into the lives of Thessaloniki Jews who survived Auschwitz, and into the lives of their children. Through the help of “angels” — his therapist, friends and family — Jack affirms the values essential to the three cultures he identifies with: Sephardic, Greek, and American. And when faced with the spectre of failure, Jack overcame trauma and despair, while helping his daughter deal with a life-threatening disease. Both informative and inspiring, Angels, Elephants and Ants is sure to motivate and move its readers.