Review: Good Girls Don’t Have to Dress Bad by Shari Braendel

Good Girls Don’t have to Dress Bad  by Shari Braendel arrived at my house a little  late from the publisher Zondervan. They provided me this copy free to review. I wasn’t sure I would be able to read and post a review in time for my readers to enter a few of the fun contest that is being held. The book is an easy read, though it is full of information that makes picking out the right clothing and color easy. On her website http://www.sharibraendel.com she even has a fun and easy to do quiz to find the colors that will suit you best. It’s nothing like I’ve ever seen and it is free so go play after you read the review!

It is exciting to see a book on dressing well that addresses the spiritual side. So often as a Christian woman you get the feeling you aren’t supposed to be concerned about how you look. Braendel addresses this issue in a way that makes sense. God isn’t using His words in the Bible to say ignore the things you wear. Not at all. Dressing respectfully and honoring His creation is a good thing.

It’s not a book full of preaching and it’s not meant to be. Good Girls Don’t Have to Dress Bad is what it’s about. Why wear black if it makes you look ten years older? Did you know carrying the wrong color purse can throw a few years on you as well? And just how many clothes do we really need? My closet is stuffed and after reading this book I have an idea of what I need to keep to look professional as well as when I run to Target.

Now for more good stuff-
Fashion Makeover Contest
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Complete and submit the entry form at Fashion Makeover Contest:  Shari Braendel FaceBook page, Zondervan FaceBook page, Zondervan Twitter account between August 9, 2010 at 9:00 a.m. (EST) and August 28, 2010 at 5:00 p.m (EST). 
First Prize: One Winner will receive . . .
One $500 Visa gift card, one web camera, one-hour fashion consultation with Shari Braendel via Skype, one set of color swatches, and one autographed copy of Good Girls Don’t Have to Dress Bad. Approximate retail value: $600. The fashion consultation will be scheduled at a mutually convenient time for the winner and Ms. Braendel on a Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday between September 15 and November 15, 2010.
Second Prize: Three Winners will receive . . .
One $100 Visa gift card, one 30-minute fashion consultation with Shari Braendel via telephone, one set of color swatches, and one autographed copy of Good Girls Don’t Have to Dress Bad. Approximate retail value: $450. The fashion consultation will be scheduled at a mutually convenient time for the winner and Ms. Braendel on a Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday between September 15 and November 15, 2010.
Third Prize: Ten Winners will receive . . .
One autographed copy of Good Girls Don’t Have to Dress Bad. Approximate retail value $150.
For complete details, visit Shari’s website.
Facebook Component
1) Become friends with Shari. You’ll find a link to Shari’s profile here:Shari Braendel’s Facebook Profile: If you enjoyed the book, leave Shari a note of encouragement on her wall.
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Shari Braendel’s Website: http://www.sharibraendel.com  (this is where you’ll find that great quiz!)

Shari Braendel’s Blog: http://fashionmeetsfaith.com/speakers_blog.html

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2 Responses to Review: Good Girls Don’t Have to Dress Bad by Shari Braendel

  1. Patti Lacy says:

    Wow! Should I read this b/f conference???

    Patti

  2. Diana says:

    Hey I think you looked great the day I met you. Still, I did learn a lot from this book. 🙂 I’m recommending it to everyone. 🙂

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