A Go-To Guide for All Shapes and Sizes
In Help Me, Jesus! I Have Nothing To Wear! Shari Braendel teaches you how to finally love the body God gave you and how to look your best—from discovering your body shape and learning to dress it, to finding your best colors, to wearing jeans that flatter your thighs and hips, to finding the best places to shop to suit your unique personal style.
new release 2014
The must-buy guide for smart fashion advice from inside the industry
America's #1 Christian Personal Style Coach and Style Editor of WHOA magazine, Shari
Braendel, teaches you how to love the body God gave you while dressing with confidence.
Uncover the basic guidelines (because there are some!) so when you step inside your closet,
you'll know exactly what to wear.
This comprehensive style guide will show you how to look and feel confident, no matter
what day it is or what size you are. It will stop you from screaming at the top of your lungs,
"Help me, Jesus! I have nothing to wear!"
SHARI BRAENDEL is the President of Fashion Meets Faith and has become America's
#1 Christian Personal Style Coach speaking at over forty events per year. After earning
her degree in Fashion Merchandising, she opened an Image Consulting Firm in Miami,
FL, until she felt God leading her to take her message of fashion and faith to the world.
She developed a Christian Image Consultant Certification Program for women and
recently launched Reveal Your Dignity, a Jr. Fashion Stylist Program for high scool and
college girls. She lives in Charlotte, NC, with her husband Dave, three cats, and a yellow
released July 21, 2014 - previously published as Good Girls Don't Have to Dress Bad
Review: Christian Book Association
you to know that you are beautiful
exactly as you are. You may be a
size 6, a size 16, or a size 26...Whatever
your size, you are in the body God
gave you...and it is good."
What an encouraging message! In this excellent book, Braendel, a Christian image consultant, shows women how to reflect their inner beauty through their outward appearance.
In a friendly, girl-next-door tone, Braendel offers advice on everything from applying makeup to choosing the perfect pair of jeans. Dozens of color photographs of real, non-airbrushed women modeling attractive hairstyles, clothing styles, and even swimsuits will help women practically apply the book's suggestions to their body shape and personal preferences.
This outstanding title deserves a place on every woman's bookshelf. Realistic, informative, and uplifting, it will boost reader's self-image and encourage them to look their best.
- Christy Pitney