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Title: Dress to Impress: How a Navy Blazer Changed ...
Publisher: Live Oak Publications
Publication Date: 2012
Book Condition: Good
Edition: 2nd Edition.
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Completely redressed with new information and fresh illustrations this second edition shows women a simple, sensible approach to dressing for the workplace. This handy guide can save you hours wandering the internet searching for information about dressing for the workplace. The author explains: How to dress for a crucial interview What kinds of clothing are appropriate for the job How to dress in ways that pay off in promotions Success secrets for every woman regardless of economic, education and ethnicity Additional topics covered include the difference between day-wear and date-wear, shopping on a budget, clothes that flatter a full figure, blending ethnic attire into the workplace, and more. This exciting new edition includes a chapter for men dressing for success which includes information on suits, grooming, ties, and more. The author writes with humor and honesty as she encourages you to look at how you are presenting YOU.About the Author:
Joyce Nelson Shellhart tells how a blue blazer changed her life...and how one can change yours, too. Her story is an inspiration to all who hear it. She went from a mom on welfare to one who created Ready For Success, an organization in Minneapolis, MN that matches donated clothing with women who need them to get into the workplace. It wasn't enough to provide just clothes. She also had to provide information about how to wear the clothes for these women to succeed. Shellhart is a recipient of Womens Venture's award, 'Nothing Ventured Nothing Gained' for her role in helping women move toward success and prosperity.
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