“Her section on modesty is a highlight, as she picks apart the need to be both confident and humble—a tricky balance. She also writes eloquently on the perils of overvaluing money and ways to be a responsible fashion consumer. Johnson is an uplifting guide…[she] succeeds in her aim to set other Christian women free from false guilt stemming from a natural desire for beauty and self-affirmation.”—Publishers Weekly
“J’s vulnerability in this book is refreshing. I love all of her and her friends’ real-life stories. I could relate to several. J taught me a lot through [this] book as well as challenged me in my fashion and faith.” —Whitney Miller, season 1 winner of MasterChef and cookbook author
“I believe Jeanette’s story of her own inadequacies and imperfections will free you to accept and love who God made you to be—and to make the outside as lovely as the inside. This book is honest and freeing and fun.” —Judy Douglass, director of Women’s Resources at Cru, Campus Crusade for Christ
“This book is surprising in its depth, moving beyond Bible verses to theological reflection on art and beauty and their place in daily life… A welcome exploration of fashion and faith.”—Booklist
About the Author
Jeanette Johnson writes about style full-time on her popular blog J’s Everyday Fashion, offering practical tips and tricks for real women—with real budgets—as they navigate their daily personal style journeys. In addition to blogging, she regularly appears on morning shows, and does a host of public appearances and speaking engagements. She and her husband live in Orlando. For more on Jeanette and her work, visit www.jseverydayfashion.com.