LOS ANGELES, April 25, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The popularity of cosmetic procedures clearly illustrates how unsatisfied many women are with their bodies, but what if a few simple style tips could transform you into becoming more confident and attractive? Internationally celebrated wedding dress designer and author Rani St. Pucchi, who has styled countless celebrities and over 15,000 brides, says you can learn to flatter your figure if you know the style secrets of the professionals.
In her new book, Your Body, Your Style https://youtu.be/EsGKSzRCAYg St. Pucchi says that there are simple tricks on how to dress in a way to enhance your best features and camouflage those you're not so fond of. By dressing strategically, you can boost your self-confidence and present yourself to the world in the way you want to be seen.
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- How does planning your wardrobe help you make smarter style decisions?
- What steps can you take to develop your personal style?
- How can different colors impact your mood?
- What kinds of styles make you look more slender and conceal specific areas?
- How can you dress appropriately for your age and still feel sexy?
CREDENTIALS: For three decades Rani St. Pucchi has been an internationally recognized and award-winning designer of wedding dresses and the founder of St. Pucchi Bridal House. Her designs have been embraced by an all-star roster of celebrities, actresses, athletes, and singers and have been featured by global media. St. Pucchi is famous for designing the wedding dress worn by "Phoebe" on the finale of the hit television show Friends. Her couture collections have been shown on runways in Milan, the UK, Dusseldorf, Osaka, Saint Petersburg, New York, Chicago, and Dallas, among others. In addition to Your Body, Your Style she is also the author of The Soulmate Checklist and her forthcoming memoir, Unveiled: A Celebrity Fashion Designer's Story. St. Pucchi has been featured by CNN, Entertainment Tonight, Cosmopolitan, E!, People magazine, Harper's Bazaar, the Los Angeles Times, Brides, Town & Country, Martha Stewart Weddings, Huffington Post, and many more.
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SOURCE Rani St. Pucchi