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Bump It Up: Transform Your Pregnancy into the Ultimate Style Statement Paperback – March 23, 2010
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"Bump It Up—when she is carrying a child. It celebrates her body by embracing it with love, style, and comfort." —Donna Karan
"Why, oh, why wasn’t Bump It Up around when I was pregnant? It is zippy, humorous, and filled with practical tips that any woman can relate to. It is the ultimate preggo style bible!" —Kate Spade
"Turn your pregnancy into a fashion Mardi Gras. Amy Tara Koch’s witty yet brilliantly realistic approach to pregnancy dressing is refreshing and spot-on." —Simon Doonan, creative director, Barneys New York
"Kick up your kitten heels and listen to my friend Amy Koch. Her fashion-forward pregnancy style tips are like getting a master’s degree in maternity."—Steven "Cojo" Cojocaru, fashion correspondent, Entertainment Tonight
About the Author
Amy Tara Koch is a Chicago-based freelance journalist and trend aficionado. She contributes to Town & Country, The New York Times, American Way, INC, Travel + Leisure, Daily Candy, The Huffington Post, and Child. Koch has also served as style columnist for The Chicago Tribune, fashion and beauty editor for iVillage, and host for THE INC LIFE, an online trend program for INC magazine. Koch is also the trend reporter for NBC (WMAQ-TV) and a style expert for Vogue and USA Today.
In addition to her media presence, Koch is a speaker and consultant whose clients include Macy’s, P&G, Unilever, Frederic Fekkai, Starbucks, Foote, Cone & Belding, and the McDonald’s Corporation.
Koch has also held posts at Paper, Mademoiselle, and BCBG Max Azria and has handled celebrity relations, events and fashion marketing for luxury brands such as Allure, Van Cleef & Arpels, Bottega Veneta, Bobbi Brown Cosmetics, and Sony.
Koch lives in Chicago with her husband, Peter Gottlieb, and their daughters, Isabella and Brette.
Top Customer Reviews
I enjoyed her pregnancy style ideas (and even found some for after my baby is born) and plan to put them in use. This woman enjoys her "bump" and pregnancy because she doesn't allow herself to feel "fat" or "unattractive." She's carrying a life in her body, and she is proud.
I loved this book as a fun read. Now, if you are wanting actual pregnancy information, do not read this book.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Pretty good ideas for the expectant mother who wants to be fashionable. But some of her suggestions (like always wear heels) and the fashion illustrations are less than practical... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Christopher Rivas
I like this book 'cause is a good guide to shop for pregnancy clothes and look great, but it would be nice if it
had more pictures of style examples.
I personally didn't read this but I ordered it for my wife as soon as she got pregnant. It was returned almost immediately since it made her feel bad about being pregnant.Published on December 1, 2012 by obstar
I have mixed feelings about the book: I liked the guidelines and the sketches, and would have liked more of these. Read morePublished on November 27, 2012 by wordings
I bought this book when I was 6 months pregnant, I wish I had it in hands since my first month. Great book! Funny and have great tips for you during the whole pregnancy time. Read morePublished on November 6, 2012 by Cristine
i cant even read this book in my kindle, the author should at least check it is readable before selling it! And it costs more than the print version!Published on June 14, 2012 by christine v
Be careful if you feel sensitive about your weight normally - this book may not be the best choice. Includes comments that certain people cannot wear a style... Read morePublished on March 4, 2012 by spt88432