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Title: Your Appearance


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Chapter 13
  • Your Appearance

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I. Good Grooming
  • --how you take care of yourself
  • --clean, neat, and well dressed good grooming

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A. Hair
  • 1. neatly trimmed
  • 2. off your face
  • 3. wash regularly
  • 4. know company policy on mustache/beard

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B. Skin
  • 1. bathe or shower regularly
  • 2. always use deodorant

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C. Hands
  • 1. shake hands all the time in business world
  • 2. wash all the time/use hand sanitizer
  • 3. keep nails trimmed
  • 4. polished nails should be kept fresh

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D. Breath
  • 1. brush and floss all the time
  • 2. visit dentist twice/year
  • 3. mouthwash

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E. Makeup and Fragrance
  • 1. Keep them light

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II. Wardrobe
  • --different jobs different dress
  • --the way you dress has an effect on how people
    think of you

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A. Dress Codes
  • 1. set of clothing rules you must follow
  • 2. why have one?
  • a. image
  • b. safety
  • 3. relaxed dress codes (corporate casual and
    workday casual)
  • a. more casual
  • b. this is not NO DRESS CODE

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  • B. Jewelry
  • 1. safety
  • C. Wardrobe Planning
  • 1. wardrobe inventory--see what all you have
    and what you need
  • 2. accessories--the extras needed to complete
    an outfit
  • D. Avoiding Fads
  • 1. items that are popular for 1 or 2 seasons

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E. Shopping for Quality
  • 1. quality good last longer
  • 2. clothes must fit properly
  • a. movement should be comfortable
  • b. should lie smoothly without wrinkling,
    bunching, or sagging
  • c. sleeves should cover wrist bone
  • d. shirt or blouse sleeves should be longer
    than jacket sleeves
  • e. should seams should come to the end of the
    shoulder bone
  • f. mens ties should extend to the belt
  • g. pants should come to the top of the shoes

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F. Laundry and Ironing
  • 1. clean and iron clothes--neater and last
    longer
  • (Use Figure 13-7 at top of page 173 for
    international symbols on care labels)
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