Looks That Work

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Penguin Books, Mar 1, 1988 - Design - 253 pages
The former fashion merchandising director of Garfinckles shows how easy it is to assemble an elegant and appropriate wardrobe for any job situation--without spending a year's salary. 8 pages of full-color photographs, 30 black-and-white photographs and 60 pages of line art.

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Looks that work: how to match your wardrobe to your professional profile and create the image that's right for you

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The era of success-dressing by rote is past. Today's woman must project an image that is serious but with a sense of humor; intelligent, but not a grind; attractive, but not distracting; feminine, but ... Read full review

Contents

Sending the Right Message
16
QUIZ Know Yourself
29
The Communicator Profile
51
Copyright

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A frequent contributor to such publications as "The Washington Post Magazine," Janet Wallach is the author of Desert Queen: The Extraordinary Life of Gertrude Bell, Chanel: Her Style and Her Life, and three books on the Middle East (co-authored with her husband). She divides her time between New York City and Connecticut.

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