Dress Casually for Success-- for Men

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In offices across the country, dressing casually for work is the norm, not the exception, every day of the week, not just Fridays. But what are the rules for business casual? How can men figure out what's appropriate and what's not, without sacrificing or compromising their personal style? Over the past year, GQ, The New York Times, and even Fortune Magazine have all offered advice and counsel about making this transition--but this worrisome and universal problem still poses a fashion challenge for most men. So how can today's businessmen dress without getting a dressing down? Dress Casually for Success. . .for Men answers those questions, and helps men figure out how to dress with authority, style, and comfort, without breaking the rules. It shows readers how to handle the new fashion edicts, guides them through the intricacies of fabrics, patterns, accessories, and colors, and ultimately will help them project just the right image at work and at play, from power lunches to job interviews, to business-related nights on the town. In today's offices and boardrooms, it's the subleties that can make or break a look. Complete with black-and-white and color photos, easy-to-use charts, and quick references for Fashion Do's and Don't, here is the first and only guide to going corporate casual with flair and confidence.

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About the author (1996)

Mark M. Weber was born and raised in Minnesota. He is a Lt. Colonel in the U.S. Army and has served a total of twenty-three years, both as an enlisted soldier in the Minnesota National Guard and on active duty as a commissioned officer. He has been stationed throughout the U. S, at the Pentagon, in Saudi Arabia, and in Iraq. He graduated from Minnesota State University and holds a master's degrees in history from Jacksonville State University in Alabama and public policy management from Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. He has also served as a policy fellow at the University of Minnesota. His awards include the Legion of Merit, the Bronze Star, and the Combat Action Badge. In 2017 his title, Tell My Sons, made the IBooks Best Seller List.

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