From The Book Jacket We Are In The Midst Of A Cultural Shift An Aesthetic Inflection Point Where Business Norms In Manners Of Dress Are Changing Casual Friday Has Given Way To The Full Time Casual Workplace With So Many Sartorial Options You Need Advice The Laws Of Style Are Just That Clear Rules For Sartorial Presentation Through The Very Practical Viewpoint Of The Office Reality Of The Service Professional Lawyer, Banker, Accountant, Consultant And Yet The Laws Are So Much This Book Is An Exploration From An Intrepid Fellow Service Professional Leading Fashion Lawyer Douglas Hand Into Spheres Of Self Expression With The Goal Of Not Only Enhancing Your Career, But Enriching Your Life To Put This In Some Perspective If You Are A Strutting Fop Fresh Out Of Graduate School, The Laws May Rein In Some Of Your Exhibitionism Your Innate Curiosity, However, Will Be Refined And Encouraged By The Laws, Giving You A Subtle Sophistication Within Your Budget Alternatively, If You Are A Grinding Service Partner Who Couldn T Care Less About Fashion, The Laws Will Escalate Your Style Game And Elevate Your Standing The Laws Will Also Expose You To Menswear And Why We Wear It, Giving You A Degree Of Sartorial Appreciation From Which You Can Actually Begin To Revel In The Self Expression Your Choice Of Dress Affords You Witty, Bright, Charming, And Informative, The Laws Of Style Is At The Same Time A Striking Visual Resource With Than 40 Illustrations Created By Renowned Fashion Illustrator Rodrigo Saldana In Addition To The Author S 54 Laws Of Style, The Book Includes Short Introductions To Highlighted Designers Relevant To Each Law More Than Just A Simple Dress For Success Guide, Author Hand S Erudite, Creative, Elegant, And Whimsical Narrative Style Is A Fitting Tribute To The Laws He Has Created To Assist You In Establishing And Elevating Your Own Style Both Professional As Well As Personal.
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- 296 pages
- The Laws of Style
- Douglas Hand
- 10 February 2017 Douglas Hand