Now in paperback! Jen Lancaster's cultural inferiority complex had to come from somewhere...and now fans can find out where in the New York Times bestseller Pretty in Plaid. Before she was bitter, before she was lazy, Jen Lancaster was a badge- hungry Junior Girl Scout with a knack for extortion, an aspiring sorority girl who didn't know her Coach from her Louis Vuitton, and a budding executive who found herself bewildered by her first encounter with a fax machine. In this hilarious and touching memoir, Jen Lancaster looks back on her life-and wardrobe-and reveals a young woman not so different from the rest of us. Prepare to take a long walk in her (drool-worthy) shoes in this hilarious and heartwarming trip down memory lane.Ia#39;ve been driving him nuts for the past twenty-four hours rehashing exactly how I take the Metra commuter rail to get to the city to get to the office. ... nail polish in case I run all three extra pairs, an umbrella, mittens in case of a cold snap, socks in case I lose the mittens, a sewing kit, Band-Aids, tampons, a pen, ... I smooth my navy skirt over my ass-belly, kiss Fletch good-bye again, and dash back to my car .
|Title||:||Pretty in Plaid|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2009-05-05|