Victoria Beckham - That Extra Half an Inch: Jump the Q Book Review
Written on the 14 December 2007 by Rachel Quilty of Jump the Q.
Who knew Posh had such a sense of humour? This book is a great gift for every yummy mummy, celebrity watcher or Style maven. Or why not let Victoria do the hard work of telling your teenager daughter what’s appropriate and what’s not!
The style advice is straight forward and on target for various body shapes, all the while giving us a voyeuristic view of the Beckham household. And an insight into why Victoria dresses like she does!
You have to laugh on occasion at a couple of gems from Victoria:
‘I’ve never been one of those people who tries to make a statement by looking really scruffy.’ I wonder who she is talking about?
‘Packing really is one of the worst things about holidays. I just hate choosing what to take and what to leave out. So I take everything! ‘
Great advice if you have no baggage limits!
That Extra Half an Inch is a easy holiday read with good style advice and of course common sense tips for red carpet camera poses.
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‘Victoria emerges as a true girl’s girl, and the healthy dose of self deprecation makes this book a surprisingly good read.’ Glamour
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