Brandwagon – Your Personal Image Consultation
Style for Businessmen.
Sometimes it takes a note from a manager to point out that the way we dress does not match the corporate ethos. And it is important, whether we like it or not, to toe the ‘image' line expected of us by our employers.
Image really does matter in business, not necessarily a formal, booted and suited one, but to look ‘business ready' is an essential part of corporate life.
Tessa Hood spends an enormous part of her working life with businessmen from large global corporations to single entrepreneurs who want to be perceived by their clients and peers as professionally as they possibly can.
According to the author most men generally don't know where to turn, as men don't often chat about fashion and style in business.
So how do they find out about it? By looking through magazines perhaps? Sadly, not many of those that are targeted at the business community.
Another method is to trawl through the shops - though most men seem to hate shopping.
So hopefully in the pages of this ebook, if you are a man who wants to ‘up' your professional image, then you will find advice that answers your questions.
It is a straight-forward style advice book designed to cover most of the ‘dress' problems men could be facing.
The e-book covers:
- Body shapes and what styles suits which shape
- Proportion issues, and accessorizing
- Plus a section on dressing-down at work
- And a chapter on facial features and the importance of face-shape and the styles you choose
- And finally a section on grooming
If you are a man keen to climb the corporate ladder - how you dress at work could advance your cause or keep you stuck where you are.
If you have a husband, partner, male co-worker or employee who simply isn't ‘cutting' it in the grooming/dress area, then this book could be a life saver.
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