Book review: What Would Boudicca Do?

Words by Veronica Stanford

Strong women to the front.

Detailing the lives of history’s most remarkable women, What Would Boudicca Do? isn’t the first release of its kind – nor will it be the last. But that doesn’t mean this book isn’t worth picking up.

Shining a spotlight on Sappho, Rosa Parks, Dorothy Parker and more, readers are not only informed of each woman’s journey, but the lessons we can take from them.

You’ll explore tales of standing up for what you believe in and breaking the status quo in chapters like ‘Frida Kahlo and Finding Your Style’ and ‘Coco Chanel and Killing It At Work’.

While at points the book’s tone can feel a little immature, these short stories are a great reminder of how talented, determined and strong females can be.

This article was originally published in Fashion Journal 184. You can read it here.

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