The Luxury Spot
October 20, 2010 by staff
The Luxury Spot, The title of this book might suggest reading another novel female, shallow, full of tales of shopping at Prada and the man, but it would be wrong to assume that. This book is the formula for happiness and gratitude for any girl who live with any perceived setback, whether physical, emotional or otherwise. We all have setbacks, and if the author Lauren Ruotolo the setback is just the kind of terrible mountain that can only be overcome with a dose of adventure, love, and kickass heels to help her little 4’2? framework of attention it deserves.
Lauren was born with a rare genetic condition that leaves most people wheelchair bound, but she had other plans. She wore heels. Had boyfriends. It looked super cute in mini dresses (who adapted very well because, obviously, a mini dress in most women would dress for Lauren). It became a high-powered magazine executive (and the magazines is likely to be strewn on the floor at this time). Lauren not only NOT buckle for a seemingly tragic health problem, which is bolder and brighter. She struts her stuff around Manhattan in the sexiest heels you can imagine, her hair crimson-worth statement, and according to the famous stylist Derek Warburton, “the entire room is re-absorb their energy when Lauren walks in. ”
He hoped that the book gave me a small example of how to live each day with the same sense of vigor to appraisal, and did fully. Each page has a small picture of a heel with an inspirational quote. My favorite is this:
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