Penny Chic How to Be Stylish on a Real Girl's Budget by Shauna Miller
  

Penny Chic How to Be Stylish on a Real Girl's Budget

Written by Shauna Miller
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RRP £12.99

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Penny Chic How to Be Stylish on a Real Girl's Budget by Shauna Miller

Fashion stylist and blogger Shauna Milller knows it's easy to look chic when money is no object. The real challenge is learning how to look good - and feel good without spending a fortune. Based on her hit blog of the same name, the Penny Chic style guide will help you identify your fashion inspirations and discover your personal style. It also includes budget-conscious tips for DIY projects and how to find and recycle old pieces, guidance about getting the most out of a shopping trip to stores like Walmart and Target, and advice on how to put it all together to create a killer outfit and wear it with confidence.

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About the Author

Shauna Miller is the founder of PennyChic.com, which showcases high-fashion looks styled with clothing from discount retail chains, modeled by real girls. Before becoming a budget stylist, Shauna worked at Emanuel Ungaro in Paris and wrote fashion reviews for Time Out NY. She has also been featured in Cosmopolitan and Seventeen magazines, as well as on Glamour.com, Good Day LA and CNN. When she's not behind her computer, Shauna can be found sorting through the clearance racks of retail chains across America.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
192 pages

Author

Shauna Miller
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Publisher

Poppy an imprint of Little, Brown & Company

Publication date

2nd September 2014

ISBN

9780316236560


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