Master Your Food Style
The Food That Fits: A Guide To Mastering Your Food Style invites you to explore the principles of fashion theory as a foundation for finding your food practice. Marry the simple wisdom of Food Rules by Michael Pollan with Confessions of a Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella and trade fashion for the cultural construct of French Women Don’t Get Fat by Mireille Guiliano and you will be introduced to The Food That Fits: A Guide to Mastering Your Food Style. Just as your look embraces the fashion experience from boutique to boardroom, this book embraces the native language of fashion enthusiasts to assist you in mastering your food style from market to meals. Quite simply, this book seeks to charm you into enjoying the pursuit of finding a personal food wardrobe that works for you.
If you have ever felt “my fashion defines me”, this book is intent on helping you create a corollary message: “my food defines me”. Wearing the wrong style is similar to eating the wrong diet and both will fall short of your expectations and desires. Fashion and food are both an art and a challenge. A woman who knows her look wears it with confidence and no longer wastes time or money on fashion blunders. Commensurately, a woman who knows “the food that fits” eats it with confidence and doesn’t waste time with food fads and diet hoaxes. Parachute pants and Snackwell cookies have something in common – they were both trendy mistakes. Denim and fish also have something in common – they are and continue to be timeless classics which are always in style.
The hope of this book is that the reader will reevaluate her relationship with food while embracing the quizzical comparisons to fashion and decide to look at her food with just as much certainty and excitement as she does fashion. This book will help the reader find the food that fits, create a personal food wardrobe and make the topic of food almost as fun as a girl's day out shopping!