A Gentleman's Guide to Appearance

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Adams Media Corporation, 2000 - Business & Economics - 101 pages
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Finally a simple, no-nonsense guide to help recent high school and college grads attempting to enter the work force. In A Gentleman's Guide to Appearance, Clinton Greenleaf provides ideas and tips for beginners who are trying to learn the basics of dressing and acting as a professional.Without over-complicating matters, Greenleaf advises on everything from polishing shoes to the importance of keeping up on current events. First-time professionals will gain confidence when they master:
-- The proper way to tie a tie
-- How to choose the best suit for their own personal style
-- Simple tips for stain removal
-- How to sew on a button in a pinch
-- The basics of resumes and interviewing
-- And so much more

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Contents

Introduction
1
Shoes
3
Shirts
11
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

Greenleaf spent 3 years as a U.S. Marine before graduating with a B.A. in economics/accounting from the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA.

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