New York Times bestselling author Molly Sims shares her secrets for effortless entertaining, feeding friends and family, and making your house a home—with just the right amount of her signature supermodel style.
Once upon a time, Molly Sims was a single girl who stored cashmere sweaters in her oven, and whose shoe collection far exceeded her recipe collection. But today, one husband and three kids later, a lot has changed. Supermodel? Try Supermomma! Molly has taken her style from the runway to the domestic arena, embracing the roles of home chef, party planner, organization expert, and design guru, as only she can.
Juggling a career and a growing household—and trying to look stylish while doing it—is a challenge for anyone! Molly knows this, and as her family has grown, she has had to be resourceful and savvy, finding fun and stylish solutions that work for her busy life. In Everyday Chic, she shares her secrets, drawing on her own experiences and expert advice from her go-to team of home gurus, chefs, event planners, and decor pros, including:
· Family-friendly meal hacks and time-saving techniques
· Party planning like a professional, so you can party like there’s no tomorrow
· Strategies for creating a zen-like space and kicking clutter to the curb
· The accessory rule for your house—always remove one piece from any room you’re decorating
· Prioritizing the positive without getting hung up on the perfect. Perfection is a unicorn!
Packed with gorgeous photos of Molly’s home and family, easy-to-follow exercises and checklists, and girlfriend-to-girlfriend anecdotes and advice, Everyday Chic will inspire you you to create the stylish home and life you want. Let Molly be your guide!
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About the Author
Molly Sims is a model, actress, and entrepreneur. She got her big break hosting MTV's House of Style, starred on NBC's hit television series Las Vegas, and has appeared in numerous films. She lives in Los Angeles with her family.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I have to say I was excited to read this book after i aaw it promoted on tv but I found it to be painful in every way. I found the meal planning tips to be completely vague- the 2-2-2-1 approach was nothing more than common sense and there were hardly any recipes. The entertaining tips were the same tired ones that have been recommended over and over and I found the tone of the book to be insincere and slightly vacuous.