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February 04, 2011  | by: Nessa Nguyen

Whitney Port

Following the footsteps of The Hills co-star Lauren Conrad, Whitney Port penned her own advice book titled True Whit, which debuted on Tuesday.  She appeared at a signing in Tribeca, New York City to promote the It Book publication on the same day.

The tagline, Designing a Life of Style, Beauty and Fun, sums it up.  The guide consists of Whitney’s personal stories about her career, friends, family and relationships and is aimed toward twenty-somethings.

Port at Her February 1st NYC Book Signing

Although not simply a style book, True Whit is definitely is a written from a fashionista’s point of view. A few sample pages on Whitney’s official website reveal a section on sex appeal, which is achieved through lacy panties, a sexy bra, and stilettos.  Not that Ms. Port herself needs any help from high heels with her 5’10’’ model frame.

Although targeted toward young women, the book will certainly attract a teen audience, considering the author’s popularity from previous reality shows.  In The Hills and The City, Whitney has consistently demonstrated a serious attitude toward work and a scandal-free lifestyle. There is no doubt that she fits perfectly in the shoes of a good role model for young girls.

The publisher describes the book as a “conversational, fun, and candid guide for girls looking to start out [in life] with style.” This might translate into the book reading a bit “fluff.”  However, this by no means implies low performance. It will likely do well because it seems to speak the language of its target audience.

Retailed for $19.99, True Whit is now available on Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com for only $10.71.

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