Do you look competent or clueless? Exceptional or just mediocre? Do you dress in a way that will give you an edge or do you make dressing mistakes that work against your best interests? Do you look great and retain a "power look" when you wear black and white together, or does that much contrast wear you?
Today's job market and workplace have many unwritten rules for dressing smart and getting ahead. From deciding what to wear to job interviews to looking professional on the job, this book identifies 101 dressing mistakes and shows how to use clothing as a tool to get the job you want and the future you desire. Designed to train your eye to avoid such mistakes, this unique book provides authoritative answers to the most important dress and image questions for women. For example, do you:
Know how to dress in a way that sets you apart?
Dress like you work in a backroom instead of a boardroom?
Look powerful or weak in a pure white blouse?
Know the perfect shoe style for different skirt lengths and pant shapes?
Know the perfect color stockings for each look you create?
Know what to wear to your first, second, and third interviews?
Get dressed each morning with ease and elegance?
Look distinguished or drab?
Attract the kind of men you would like?
How to put separates together to make a great look?
Look essential or insignificant?
Know how to use color effectively?
Dress smart for your company or organization?
JoAnna Nicholson is an internationally recognized expert on image and one of the founders of the image industry. She counts among her clients ambassadors, cabinet secretaries, senators, congressmen, Fortune 500 companies, rock stars, a former Miss America, an Academy Award nominee - and women like you! Featured in numerous leading magazines and newspapers, she has appeared on "Larry King Live" and other major television and radio shows. A resident of Washington, DC, she is the author of five other books, including Dressing Smart for Men.
I bought this book because I loved JoAnna Nicholson's first book, Color Wonderful, which she co-authored in the 80s with another colleague from Color 1 Associates. Read morePublished 17 months ago by englishrose