What I really liked about Fierce Style, is that it's written in a very accessible style. It's like you've met Christian for coffee and you're dishing over the latest fashion mags together. I could honest "hear" him while I read it, which I love since one of his biggest draws is his personality. You feel like a friend is sitting down with you, giving you tips on how to refresh your wardrobe.
I loved reading his personal stories, learning about his Wizard of Oz obsession growing up and hearing that he's made plenty of fashion mistakes. I agree with many of his points, like that ultimately all the clothes aren't going make up for not feeling good about yourself on the inside. BUT I do have to say, I would argue him from sun up to sun down that wire frame glasses ARE cute! Thick, "fabulous" (in my opinion for me personally a big NOT), plastic frames are one of my biggest fashion victim moments and no one not even Mr. "Ferosh" himself is going to convince me otherwise.
Ultimately, Fierce Style is one part memoir, one part fashion book, and the rest is sensibile advice, given with his sassy attitute. It's a great, fun read and a very entertaining journey Christian takes us on. He really is the embodiment of being fierce! It was just the shot in the arm that I needed to revamp my wardrobe! Read an exerpt from Fierce Style and see what I mean!
Disclaimer: Thank you to Hachette Book Group, Inc. for providing the reviewer's copy.