Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
As seen in The New York Times -- discover what French women know about embracing that irresistible joie de vivre
We all know that French women don't get fat. But their famous je ne sais quoi comes from more than just body type--something anyone can master: the old-fashioned art cultivating our inner beauty, confidence, and unique personal style, at any age.
From savoring the everyday beauty around you to engaging in captivating conversations, playing dress-up, hosting impromptu dinner parties under the stars, and of course mastering the art of French flirting, the lively and inspiring lessons in this “syllabus” will help you rediscover your beautiful, fierce, romantic, engaging best self—to attract the best of everything into your life.
Ready to embark on the adventure of your life? Parisian Charm School is in session….
About the Author
Jamie Cat Callan is the author of the bestselling books French Women Don't Sleep Alone, Bonjour, Happiness! and Ooh La La! French Women's Secrets to Feeling Beautiful Every Day. Her books have been published in twenty-one countries and have been featured in major magazines, including The New York Times, Vanity Fair, and Time. Jamie makes her home in New York's Hudson Valley at La Belle Farm, where she and her husband have created a little bit of France and grow lavender, sunflowers and produce their own brand of French sparkling apple cider.
"We can’t all live in Paris, but Jamie Cat Callan has shown us in her effervescent new book how to bring a little Paris into our own lives. Enchanting, wise, full of esprit—and delectable as a Laduree macaron."
--Karen Karbo, author of The Gospel According to Coco Chanel
“In this lively and upbeat book, Jamie Cat Callan inspires the reader to grasp the true meaning of charm – often described as ‘giving delight.’ A related concept, etiquette, also brings forth delight by focusing on respect and consideration. Charm and etiquette: two powerful and necessary foundations for building positive relationships in today’s hectic world.”
--Peggy Post, The Emily Post Institute
"A book full of grace, charm, and that truest of feminine virtues, intelligence. The subtitle for this book should be: 'Smart girls get more!'"
--Elizabeth Bard, author of Lunch in Paris, Picnic in Provence, and Chez Moi