Actress Candace Cameron Bure is preparing for the release of a new book — one that will focus on personal style as well as her thoughts on faith and inner beauty.
Bure’s new book, titled, “Staying Stylish: Cultivating a Confident Look, Style, and Attitude,” will release nationwide on Nov. 7, 2017. The text will offer up the “tips and the tricks” that she believes have helped her define and own her own style over the past decade.
“Personal style is all about expressing who you are,” Bure, star of “Fuller House,” Bure said in a statement. “It’s about looking within yourself and finding the things you want to tell the world about yourself. It’s about embracing your inner beauty and showing that off. It’s about being silly, being serious, being bold, being happy, being whole — being you.”
She continued, “The absolute best way to stay stylish is to stay true to you.”
Here’s an official description of the book:
As an actress, producer, New York Times bestselling author, and inspirational speaker, Candace Cameron Bure has spent her entire life in the spotlight, and she is well aware of the pressures women face. Throughout her career, Candace has balanced her faith, family, and passion for work and found her spot as a role model to women of all ages—and as a style icon.
In her brand-new book Staying Stylish, Candace invites you behind the scenes of her day-to-day life and shares more than 100 tips and tricks for looking and feeling your best—both inside and out. Nurture your body, style, and soul as you read through this beautiful book full of photos, insider secrets, and exciting ideas to revamp your own life into its best possible version. She offers her insight into balance, spiritual growth, and looking great while doing it all.
Staying Stylish topics will include personal style, fresh hair and makeup for any age, a well-balanced diet and fitness regime, and a well-nourished spirit.
Bure said that she’s hopeful the book can help others looking to strike a healthy balance in their lives.
“It’s the tips and the tricks that I believe have worked best for me, especially in my 30s and now in my 40s that women can look to,” she said. “If they’re just wanting some new ideas — or maybe to step out of their comfort zone.”
She’s always been articulate and outspoken, as a co-host on The View she defended her faith many times, including patiently explaining the gay cake controversy for a mostly secular audience:
She’s no stranger to politics, either:
Find out more about the book here.