Love and Best Wishes from India

by Jayasree Srinivasan
(Chennai, India)

Hi Eunice,


I am Jayasree writing from India. I love your website and want to commend you for the fantastic job you are doing !! Congrats!!

The more I read it, the more I am amazed at how the real elegant woman is a universal concept. There are no drastically different rules or ideas. Of course some pages on attire are less applicable to me, but i find most of it very relevant.

Thank you, Eunice :)

I find that I am gaining more respect day by day as I follow your pointers on being elegant. I hope to make each day an exercise in becoming more elegant.

All the Best for your upcoming book, and wishes for this website too!

Love,
Jayasree.

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