The New Rules of Etiquette: A Young Woman's Guide to Style and Poise at Work, at Home, and on the Town

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F+W Media, May 18, 2009 - Reference - 224 pages
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Forget tea parties and curtsies. Unlike their grandmothers, young women today are more concerned about planning the perfect business dinner or ordering a suitable gift for an important client than matching their hats to their handbags. The times, and the women living in them, have changed. Today's young professional woman still needs guidance. In tricky social and professional situations, she can turn to this guide. Etiquette guru Curtrise Garner expertly guides women through delicate scenarios, such as how to:
  • Remain professional while dining out with business associates?
  • Mingle like a pro?
  • Entertain in their own homes?
  • Enjoy tricky foods without being messy?
  • Select appropriate gifts for wedding and baby showers
Helpful, insightful, but never uptight, this young, hip guide will help women stay classy and confident.

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About the author (2009)

Curtrise Garner (Detroit, MI) writes a column, "Cooking for One," for The Detroit News. She also pens a monthly column, "Gourmet Groove," about food, entertaining, and etiquette for the Michigan Chronicle. Her radio show of the same title was a syndicated segment on the On the Air with Russ Parr weekly radio show. The Gourmet Groove show was heard in forty-five markets and boasted 2 million listeners.

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