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Jennifer L. Scott
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Have you ever wondered what everyday life is like inside a modern, aristocratic Parisian household? The French are notoriously secretive when it comes to their private lives, but Jennifer L. Scott's "Lessons from Madame Chic "uncovers the very secrets and lifestyle traits that allow Parisians to live such fulfilling and passionate lives.
Each chapter reveals a valuable lesson Jennifer learned while living behind Famille Chic's doors in the exclusive sixteenth arrondissement in Paris. After the lesson is revealed, she provides tips for incorporating the lesson into your own life, no matter the size of your budget. Embracing the classically French aesthetic of quality over quantity, aspiring "Parisiennes" will learn to master the art of eating (deprive yourself not), dressing (the ten item wardrobe), grooming ("voila" Le No-Makeup Look), and living "a la francaise." Beautifully packaged and illustrated throughout, this essential guide to French style is sure to top the wish lists of would-be jet-setters and women simply looking to add a little "joie de vivre" to their daily lives.
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