This e-book covers the psychological dimension of dressing well and it breaks down business dress codes into understandable bits. You will get to understand Formal, Business Casual (and its different levels) and Basic Casual dress codes. Likewise the book discusses interview dress code and very interestingly, the African and Nigeria perspective of Business Appearance.
Size and fit, colours and patterns are some of the aspects of dressing up for work that most people find confusing; this book helps you master these. With the different size conversion charts and table for men and women in this book, you can have a quick reference when going going to shop for your apparels. Nothing hurts the eye more than an expensive cloth with very poor fit.
Men especially have come to dread picking ties to combine with a shirt and suit, and even more complicating, with a pocket square. That will change after you read this book.
Do you know you can multiply your wardrobe by an ‘x-factor’ and amplify your looks with the right accessories? Assuredly also, wrong accessories can give you off as ‘wanna be’. Expect to learn the tricks of accessorizing in this book: socks, shoes, earrings, belt, briefcases and handbags, sunglasses, belt, scarves and wristwatches; nothing is left out in the chapter on Accessorizing.
It also takes a look at grooming- such salient matters as mouth and body odour, hair and makeup, the place of exercise and diet; and the last chapter introduces to you ‘The Reputation Economy’, the age when your image is your ace.
Please enjoy the book and remember to come back with your review comment.
AIYEGBOKA CAROLINE OLUWATOYIN
This book is good for all professionals. I strongly recommend it for all.