Jennifer’s ten-item wardrobe for spring 2014 is featured on Huffington Post Style.
Jennifer is a guest on Kimberly Wilson’s Tranquility du Jour podcast.
Florida Weekly quotes the Cultivate An Air of Mystery chapter from Lessons from Madame Chic in their article called, Taking the Mystery Out of Dating.
The Modern Tokyo Times lists Lessons from Madame Chic as one of the Top 10 Books on Beauty, Fashion & Grooming.
Lessons from Madame Chic is mentioned in Newsweek in an article called, Leaning Out À La Française.
Jennifer’s ten-item wardrobe for fall/ winter 2013 is featured on The Huffington Post.
Lessons from Madame Chic is described as teaching ‘subtle panache’ in July’s issue of Vanity Fair.
The hilarious Bill Leff of WGN Chicago interviews Jennifer about her Eliza Dolittle moments in Paris.
Marilyn of Two Frugal Fairfielders says Lessons from Madame Chic is “one of the best little books I’ve ever read.”
Marla Malcolm Beck, co-founder of Bluemercury, tries out le no makeup look and discusses Lessons from Madame Chic.
Jennifer gives wardrobe advice alongside Stacy London and Jason Wu for the Chicago Tribune in an article called, Your Closet: Where Utility Meets Joy.
Jennifer’s piece, Is Vulgar the New Normal?, really resonates on Huffington Post Entertainment.
Jennifer’s latest Huffington Post Style article encourages you to get ready for spring with Le No Makeup Look.
Parisien Salon gives Lessons from Madame Chic a glowing review in their article called Twenty Lessons on Leading a Stylish Life.
The Charlotte Observer features Jennifer in an article called The right 10 pieces can help you build the perfect wardrobe.
Jennifer urges men and women to Clear Your Wardrobe Clutter in her latest Huffington Post Style article.
Everyday eBook picks Lessons from Madame Chic as one of 11 Inspiring Books for an Incredible 2013.
USA Weekend features Jennifer in an article called, Look fabulous, faster.
The Sydney Morning Herald says Lessons from Madame Chic “dishes out excellent sense”.
Jennifer shares her DIY tips on making chic holiday decorations with Huffington Post Style.
The Huffington Post picks Lessons from Madame Chic as one of the best fashion books of 2012.
Matchbook Magazine recommends Lessons from Madame Chic as the perfect gift to give your très chic best friend.
Jennifer appears on the KCAL9 News at noon to discuss the Ten-Item Wardrobe (video)
The Vivant features Jennifer in an article called How to Dress Like a Parisienne
Tips on Life and Love features Jennifer’s article entitled, 5 Essential Pieces for the Perfect Fall Wardrobe
Jennifer shares 7 Ways to Look Perfectly Polished for Redbook Magazine.
The Plain Dealer features Lessons from Madame Chic alongside Tim Gunn’s Fashion Bible for upcoming books on style.
Jennifer was featured in Redbook Magazine for a story called Change Your Look, Change Your Life.
Publishers Weekly explains how “Self-Pub’d Francophile Blogger Lands at S&S.”
“Jennifer L. Scott arrived in France as a California girl, but she returned home as a Parisienne,” CNN notes, then goes on to publish five lessons gleaned from the “City of Light.”
The New York Times writes: “YOU can knot a silk scarf around your neck, bob your hair and pop a beret on your head; but if you really want to live la vie Parisienne, Jennifer Scott writes in her book, Lessons From Madame Chic, such surface flourishes won’t do the trick. No, if you wish to exude the allure of Frenchwomen from Gigi to Jeanne Moreau to Charlotte Gainsbourg, you must learn to conduct yourself as if you were being surveilled by a critical Parisian matron — the sort of woman who would arch an eyebrow in horror if she caught you rooting in a can of Pringles, or sauntering to the mailbox in leggings and a T-shirt.”
“Ms Scott has harnessed the very essence of the French woman for her American readers,” The Daily Mail comments about Madame Chic.
Jennifer L. Scott’s Lessons from Madame Chic is discussed along with other bestselling books such as Pamela Druckerman’s Bringing Up Bebe and Karen LeBillon’s French Kids Eat Everything in Le Point
Syndicated columnist Marni Jameson suggests that, “As Americans forge into a season of overconsumption, Scott’s French lessons may help us slow down, spend less, enjoy more and live better. (At Home With Marni Jameson).