Older but Better, but Older: From the authors of How To Be Parisian

Older but Better, but Older: From the authors of How To Be Parisian Review

With playful wit, worldly advice and savvy observation, the bestselling authors of How to Be Parisian tackle the Parisian art of growing up.

Caroline de Maigret and Sophie Mas are back to amuse you, saying what you don’t expect to hear, just the way you want to hear it. But this time they reveal how they are modifying their favourite bad girl habits and mischievous mindsets now they are more ‘madame’ than 'mademoiselle’.

These iconoclastic, bohemian Parisiennes advise on love, seduction, fashion and dating as well as family, work, living alone and accepting imperfections.

Both poignant and laugh-out-loud funny, this gorgeous, tongue-in-cheek guide astutely illuminates what it means to be a fully-fledged woman.

Title:Older but Better, but Older: From the authors of How To Be Parisian
Edition Language:English

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    Older but Better, but Older: From the authors of How To Be Parisian Reviews

  • Brei

    I was so excited to see the author's of How to Be Parisian were coming out with a new book this year. How to Be Parisian is one of my favorite gift books to give. I love gifting it to friends for thei...

  • Iris

    A peculiar collection of aphorisms for people who share the specific perspective of the authors: melancholy 40-ish celebrities obsessed with extramarital affairs, wrinkles, their own derrières, datin...

  • Lou

    Older but Better, but Older is a heartwarming, funny feminist self-help guide from the two lifestyle consultants and author's of the 2014 bestseller How To Be Parisian, Caroline de Maigret and Sophie ...

  • Jeannie

    Purchased after wine and a beauty YouTube k-hole, then forgotten until it arrived in the mail. Clearly I have been more than a little self-conscious of my ever increasing years, particularly since I c...

  • Sukyong Suh

    Mostly harmless. The book itself is almost free of both actual writing as well as content so it was more an exercise in fascination that these women have the confidence and entitlement to put this out...

  • John Wimmer

    We recieved this book from a Goodreads giveaway, and it was very good. As we get older, our minds and bodies change into a more complex state of being. We are all human creatures, and this author does...

  • Rachel Baird

    Nice quick read that leaves you feeling better about skipping Botox I have read most everything she’s written and this is a same vein but with a little more wisdom and maturity flowing through. Defi...

  • Kathleen

    Lovely concept but not much substance. Wise women everywhere already this and more....

  • Linda Hutchinson

    First book of the year. This book had some funny parts but it is weak on actual content and might bore ladies under 40 as that’s not the demographic for this book. For instance, “Age is particular...

  • Bruin Mccon

    Amusing take on getting older and all the concomitant indignities....