A girl's guide to etiquette
What does the most gorgeously groomed girl never leave home without? Her new ligloss? Her sexy kitten heels? Her fabulous handbag? The correct answer is, of course, all of the above, plus one more must-have accessory-charm. Charm opens doors, grants opportunities, and makes life fun. A charming girl knows that the rules of modern etiquette-the art of good manners-matter and will give her the chance to shine in every situation, from a glitzy party to the all-important interview for a job she really wants. In this wise and witty little book, Sandra Deeble guides you through all aspects of modern manners, from the etiquette of the first date to the art of sparkling conversation. She equips you with the tools to tackle life's tricky situations (office politics, guests who overstay their welcome) as well as make the most of its many pleasures.
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