How to Look Sexy, Sensational and
Successful, No Matter What You Weigh
by Babe Hope
With over 40 million American women wearing plus size clothing and fashion designers like Calvin Klein, Carmen Marc Valvo and Michael Kors, introducing specialty lines, plus size fashion sales have soared to over 70 billion dollars in 2007 and can be found from discount stores to designer boutiques and all the stores, styles and price points in between.
Pretty Plus: How to Look Sexy, Sensational and Successful, No Matter What You Weigh reveals the secrets to looking great while carrying twenty, fifty or even 100 extra pounds, making it the best investment a plus-size woman will ever make. Pretty Plus will be a “go to” source for making wise clothing choices in all aspects of upgrading your fashion look, from shipping and accessorizing, makeup, casual, career, formal and intimate dressing, to successfully building a pretty plus style wardrobe that will improve one’s self-image immediately, exponentially and cost-effectively.
Pretty Plus, in addition to teaching you how to build and attractive plus size wardrobe, delivers a plan based on insight and advice, tips and tools, resources and illustrations to looking great and loving the form you are in, whether you’re buxom like Tyra, chubby like Rosie or fluctuating like Oprah.
Babe Hope has struggled with her weight all her life and the self esteem issues attached, is the national Plus Size Fashion Examiner for examiner.com (http://examiner.com/x-2055-PlusSize-Fashion-Examiner), where she writes a weekly column revealing the secrets to looking and feeling great. She is the proprietor of Big Girls Won’t Cry (www.biggirlswontcry.com), a fashion consulting and image making service for plus size women and teens. She holds Bachelor’s, Master’s and Law degrees from the American University in Washington, DC and a Doctorate from the University of Sarasota, Florida. Babe currently lives in Butler, Maryland.
A New Horizon Press 2010 Release
Nonfiction, 5 ½ x 8 ¼, 224 pages
LC #2009927402, world rights
ISBN-13: 978-0-88282-317-1 (pb), $14.95
ISBN-13: 978-0-88282-423-9 (pb), $14.95