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What Would Audrey Do?: Timeless Lessons for Living with Grace and Style Paperback – April 7, 2009
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aA tongue-in-chic guide to tackling lifeas dilemmas with Hepburnas moxie. Oversize sunglasses not included.a
a"People" (Motheras Day Book Gift Guide Pick)
aA delightful presentation of the life of this wonderful actress as well as a treasure trove of advice for becoming a woman of character and grace. We should all heed Hepburnas lessons.a
aFrom longtime fans whoave seen "Breakfast at Tiffanyas" countless times to those who discovered the gorgeous gamine via a Gap commercial.a]"WWAD?" offers thought-provoking and fun anecdotes, quizzes, and decorating tips, but it also contains plenty of biographical detail.a]A well-rounded read for the Audrey aficionado, or anyone who wants to live life with a bit more panache.a
?A tongue-in-chic guide to tackling life's dilemmas with Hepburn's moxie. Oversize sunglasses not included.?
?"People" (Mother's Day Book Gift Guide Pick)
?A delightful presentation of the life of this wonderful actress as well as a treasure trove of advice for becoming a woman of character and grace. We should all heed Hepburn's lessons.?
?From longtime fans who?ve seen "Breakfast at Tiffany?s" countless times to those who discovered the gorgeous gamine via a Gap commercial.?"WWAD?" offers thought-provoking and fun anecdotes, quizzes, and decorating tips, but it also contains plenty of biographical detail.?A well-rounded read for the Audrey aficionado, or anyone who wants to live life with a bit more panache.?
About the Author
Pamela Keogh is the author of the international bestselling illustrated biographies Audrey Style, Jackie Style, and Elvis Presley, as well as What Would Audrey Do? Her work has been featured widely in the media, including on the Today show and Larry King Live, and in Vanity Fair and The New York Times. A graduate of Vassar College, she lives in New York City.
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Like always fly private. (Okay, we'd all love that.) My favorite was if your boyfriend gives you a Cartier watch but you wanted something with more karots politely give it back. (Ha! If anyone gave me a Cartier anything I'd be jumping for joy and texting pictures of it to every human being I've ever meet. So I guess that is not what Audrey would have done.)
There is some basic good advice in this for instance; stand up straight, always be kind, always be yourself but you shouldn't really need Audrey Hepburn or a book to tell you that one. Small little nitpick- there were sometimes the author would slip into the "we" which I found really annoying. There were also some swipes at Katherine Hepburn and Jackie O that I felt were a bit out of place in a book that liked to talk about how nice and how kind it's main subject was.
This one might be best for hardcore fans of Audrey, Gwyneth and Miss Manners.