Successful Style

Successful StyleSuccessful Style will help you polish your professional image in any setting. Learn how to turn your style around and become the sophisticated looking executive you’ve always aspired to be!

ABI, advanced business image & etiquette LLC trains and puts into action:

Your Image Shows 

  • Why first impressions matter
  • How your appearance + your body language = your personal brand and image
  • How to create a successful image
  • Appropriate business looks—be it formal or casual—which say “I am a leader”

Plan your Career Wardrobe

  • Traditional business attire for men and women
  • How to combine ties, shirts, pants, suits for maximum visual impact
  • Color matching that suits you
  • Clothes to suit different body proportions for men and women
  • Business casual attire for men and womenABI collage
  • Casual attire for men and women
  • Guidelines on shoes, socks, belts, watches, handkerchiefs, briefcases, and other accessories for men
  • Guidelines on shoes, pantyhose, jewelry, belts, briefcases, and other accessories for women
  • Looks to avoid in the business arena

Dress Codes

  • Formal and Informal Occasions
    • White Tie
    • Black Tie
    • Black Tie Preferred/Optional
    • Business casual
    • Casual

 Creating a Successful Business Image

  • What is Formal Business Attire, Business Casual Attire and Casual
  • When are they appropriate
  • What looks best on you
  • Selecting clothing right for you and right for the office
  • Proper fit

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  • The proper use of color in business and what it projects
  • Wardrobe foundations – neutral colors and universal colors

Plus many other timely tips to help you gain an enviable successful style

  • Seminars include role-playing exercises, humorous videos, and giveaways to enhance participation
  • Participants receive a handout packet which includes a reference guide workbook, color matching sheets, and certificate of course completion
  • Seminars are tailored to the needs of each client. Additional resources and publications are available as part of this package
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