How to Be a Hepburn in a Kardashian World, that alone really grabbed my attention. I was really curious where that was going to lead, so going into the book I had many expectations. Being that I am a huge fan of the incredible Audrey Hepburn and everything that she represents, I was a little bit annoyed with the author for even putting anything Kardashian in the same sentence with her. No offense but what they represent is nothing I'd want to look up or have any qualities that I hope young women would aspire to be either. Much to my joy and happiness, that was just a figure of concept rather than anything else.
I found the book rather useful in so many ways. Jordan really captured that girlfriend vibe that was so inviting and made you feel like she was a good friend giving you great advice to be the best you can be. I was really captivated by her honesty in the beginning. I think her own personal experience is something many young women can relate to which help translate her credibility as someone who from her experience working with different groups of women share some insight input in our lives. She gives women a boost in the self confidence and self acceptance area which translates into all areas that include our person life, dealing with social media, personal style, health & fitness, love life and developing friendships.
Overall, the book was fun and I found her advice useful. I found her relatable and think many young women will connect with the guide to incorporate in their lives. I haven't checked out the preceding book but am curious to read more.