How to Dress for Success


Author: Edith Head
Publisher: Harry N. Abrams
ISBN: 9780810921337
Category: Design
Page: 192
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The fashion icon who dressed stars from Grace Kelly and Elizabeth Taylor to Sophia Loren and Audrey Hepburn offers advice on what, and what not, to wear to achieve success in life, love, and career.

New Women's Dress for Success


Author: John T. Molloy
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
ISBN: 0446554650
Category: Business & Economics
Page: N.A
View: 8858

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New Women's Dress for Success shows which clothes can have power in today's work place, a business world where casual clothes are becoming the new uniform, and women in management positions have no clear ideas of what to wear.

John T. Molloy's New Dress for Success


Author: John T. Molloy
Publisher: Grand Central Pub
ISBN: N.A
Category: Business & Economics
Page: 390
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All the changes that have taken place in men's wardrobes in the past fifteen years are incorporated into this highly successful title. Contains 30 percent new information and a four-color, four-page illustration insert.

Style Bible

What to Wear to Work
Author: Lauren A. Rothman
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351860631
Category: Business & Economics
Page: 232
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First impressions (and second ones!) count, whether you are an intern or a CEO. Lauren A. Rothman addresses an age-old dilemma: how to be appropriate and stylish in the workplace. Based on a decade of experience in the fashion industry, she addresses the basics of fashion and executive presence by offering advice, anecdotes, and style alerts that help readers avoid major fashion faux pas at the office. Style Bible: What to Wear to Work is the must-have resource for the modern professional, male or female, climbing the ladder of success. Lauren identifies the ultimate wardrobe essentials, and reveals shopping strategies and destinations for the everyday person. Style Bible, complete with helpful illustrations, is the go-to manual on how to dress for every professional occasion and a valuable resource for understanding dress codes by industry, city, and gender so that your visual cues will make a strong impact. Make a commitment to being better dressed at work with Style Bible.

Image Matters For Men

How to Dress for Success!
Author: Veronique Henderson,Pat Henshaw
Publisher: Hamlyn
ISBN: 9780600615187
Category: Health & Fitness
Page: 144
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Let's face it, most men need fashion advice, and few of them are going to receive a visit from the Queer Eye gang. That's where Image Matters for Men comes in. In seven idea-packed chapters the Average Joe will learn which clothes will flatter his coloring and his build, which tie goes with which shirt, and which haircut and style of eyeglasses suit the shape of his face. There are detailed charts for mixing and matching colors and hundreds of photos of handsomely dressed models to help every man develop his own personal sense of style. The final chapter completes the head-to-toe makeover with detailed advice on beards and mustaches, shaving products, and facial skin care.

Casual Power

How to Power Up Your Nonverbal Communication and Dress Down for Success
Author: Sherry Maysonave
Publisher: Bright Books Incorporated
ISBN: 9781880092484
Category: Self-Help
Page: 229
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What are you saying before you speak a word? Does your nonverbal communication limit your effectiveness? In this enlightening guidebook, Sherry Maysonave shows you precisely how to command respect, inspire trust, and project personal power when you dress down for business. She emphasises the silent -- but potent -- nonverbal aspects of clothing, demeanour, and body language. She reveals how nonverbal factors determine the response you receive from others -- factors that impact your ability to maximise success. Sherry Maysonave brings needed clarity, sophistication, and wit to all dress-down issues in today's workplace. The inspiring, humorous, visually rich book is the millennium's 'How-to-Dress-Down-for-Success' bible.

Dress Your Best

The Complete Guide to Finding the Style That's Right for Your Body
Author: Clinton Kelly,Stacy London
Publisher: Harmony
ISBN: 0307236714
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
Page: 255
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Presents a guide to fashion for the modern man or woman, offering tips on different male and female body types, how to select the right outfit for every occasion, great fashion for every budget, and other suggestions.

The Lost Art of Dress

The Women Who Once Made America Stylish
Author: Linda Przybyszewski
Publisher: Basic Books
ISBN: 0465080472
Category: Design
Page: 400
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A history of the women who taught Americans how to dress in the first half of the 20th century—and whose lessons we’d do well to remember today.

Change Your Clothes, Change Your Life

Because You Can't Go Naked
Author: George Brescia
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1476748764
Category: Self-Help
Page: 288
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Open the door to harmonious, powerful, and positive dressing with a guide that’s like The Secret—for your wardrobe. In this groundbreaking how-to book, style expert George Brescia shows you how to transform yourself from the inside out. More than a style guide, this revolutionary book by a seasoned stylist teaches a method of conscious dressing that begins with a powerful internal change. Instead of just grabbing for whatever’s on hand, you’ll learn to set your goals for the day, determining how you want to be perceived, and then dress in a way that helps manifest those intentions. Change Your Clothes, Change Your Life reveals the true power your clothing has to affect your life, showing how this second skin impacts your job prospects, your romantic life, your income, and even your deepest sense of self. Translating his styling methods into a philosophy anyone can apply on her own, Brescia also delivers tips and tricks of the trade to help convert even the most hapless dresser into a happy and educated shopper. Because the goal is to have you not only looking great, but feeling more confident, too. From major closet overhauls to a whole new philosophy on color, this is a comprehensive manual for anyone who’s ever looked at her closet in despair. Accessible, direct, honest, and thought-provoking, Change Your Clothes, Change Your Life takes an eye-opening look at the intersection between our clothing and our emotions, hopes, and dreams, showing us how improving our external appearance can have life-changing effects on how we’re perceived by others—and more importantly, on how we perceive ourselves.

Chic Simple Dress Smart Women

Wardrobes That Win in the New Workplace
Author: Kim Johnson Gross,Jeff Stone
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
ISBN: 9780446553698
Category: Business & Economics
Page: 208
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In these times of economic uncertainty, dressing to impress has never been so important. Chic Simple DRESS SMART-WOMEN guides the professional female to dress to find a job, to keep a job, and to get a better job. Drawing on interviews from top professionals and their own vast experience via their book line, AOL column, and InStyle monthly advice section, veteran style mavens Jeff Stone and Kim Johnson Gross put a sexy spin on the age-old question of how to dress for success. DRESS SMART provides the straight talk answer to the most frequently asked questions about style at work, including: valuable tips on: dressing for off-site events, dealing with business casual versus business appropriate, knowing where to spend-and where to save-money on your wardrobe. The book will capitalize on the fan base established with the new Chic Simple magazine, but while the magazine focuses on shopping solutions for all aspects of women's lives, DRESS SMART will provide complete lessons on how to maximize professional impact through your wardrobe, and will be a blueprint to the dynamics of dressing in today's constantly changing business environment.

Dress Like the Big Fish

How to Achieve the Image You Want and the Success You Deserve
Author: Dick Lerner
Publisher: Concierge Publishing Svcs.
ISBN: 0979346304
Category: Business & Economics
Page: 210
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This original work contains pearls of wisdom about image for men and women going through career transition or just entering the workforce from a clothing and image expert who has helped thousands of people make major changes in their lives. Explains fabric, fit, what to buy when, what to wear for different types of situations and occasions and the importance of accessorizing properly. Contains a chart of laundry symbols and their meanings and a comprehensive glossary.Written for those who are changing or thinking about changing their career and life, this book is perfect for transitioning military personnel, those looking for a promotion, people who have had jobs where uniforms were dictated, recent graduates and others who want to achieve more. Readers will find easy to read sections on professional dress, business casual, casual, and formal attire for all occasions. They will also find a checklist for each type of wardrobe with sections for What to Buy Now, What to Buy Next and Optional items the reader can add as they go. Another helpful feature of the book is a two-week rotation schedule that illustrates how the reader can mix and match a small wardrobe to function like a much larger wardrobe.

Dress Your Way to Success


Author: MR Michael Deval Snell
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781519610522
Category: Self-Help
Page: 100
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Men's style guide to gentlemen wear and appearance. As an active duty officer, I understand the need for being presentable at all times. Most men do not understand the true significance of the impact of his attire. With my clothing company, GvS Custom Clothier and over 20,000 FB followers. I have more than enough knowledge to share with my fellow gentlemen.

Dress, Distress and Desire

Clothing and the Female Body in Eighteenth-Century Literature
Author: J. Batchelor
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 0230508200
Category: Literary Criticism
Page: 216
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Dress, Distress and Desire explores representations of sartorial experience in eighteenth-century literature. Batchelor's study brings together for the first time canonical and non-canonical texts including novels, conduct books and women's magazines to investigate the pressures that the growth of the fashion market placed on conceptions of female virtue and propriety. It shows how dress dispelled the sentimental myth that the body acted as a moral index and enabled the women reader to resist some of sentimental literature's more prescriptive advice.

The Wisdom Of Crowds


Author: N.A
Publisher: Anchor
ISBN: 0385721706
Category: Social Science
Page: 306
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Looks at the theory that large groups have more collective intelligence than a smaller number of experts, drawing on a wide range of disciplines to offer insight into such topics as politics, business, and the environment.

Successful Women Think Differently

9 Habits to Make You Happier, Healthier, and More Resilient
Author: Valorie Burton
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
ISBN: 9780736942683
Category: Self-Help
Page: 208
View: 4585

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Popular author and professional certified coach Valorie Burton knows that successful women think differently. They make decisions differently. They set goals differently and bounce back from failure differently. Valorie is dedicated to help women create new thought processes that empower them to succeed in their relationships, finances, work, health, and spiritual life. With new, godly habits, women will discover how to: focus on solutions, not problems choose courage over fear nurture intentional relationships take consistent action in the direction of their dreams build the muscle of self-control In this powerful and practical guide, Valorie provides a woman with insight into who she really is and gives her the tools, knowledge, and understanding to succeed.

The Power of Kings

Monarchy and Religion in Europe, 1589-1715
Author: Paul Kléber Monod
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 9780300090666
Category: History
Page: 417
View: 312

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In the sixteenth century, the kings of Europe were like gods to their subjects. Within 150 years, however, this view of monarchs had altered dramatically; a king was the human, visible sign of the rational state. How did such a momentous shift in political understanding come about? This book explores the changing cultural significance of the power of European kings from the assassination of France’s Henry III to the death of Louis XIV.