Looking Great at Work: From Business Casual to Hygiene - DVD
©2002 Learning Seed, 18 minutes
People do judge you by what you wear and how you look. Help your students
dress and look their best at work with this brand new video.
Viewers learn how to interpret four levels of "business casual" dress:
- Baseline casual is for employees who don't deal with customers. A
t-shirt and jeans or a denim dress fit the baseline description.
- Mainstream casual is the dress code for employees who face
customers. Typical outfits feature shirts without collars, khakis or
chinos, and loafers or deck shoes for men. For women it includes skirts,
sweaters, a blouse with tailored pants, and flat leather shoes.
- Traditional business casual is the next level and includes more
- Executive business casual is close to traditional business wear. A
sport coat or a blazer replaces the suit. For women it often means a
conservative suit or high quality skirt.
The video also explains the traditional white collar business look and
teaches how to knot a tie.
Part Two of this very practical video gives advice on hygiene and
grooming from tooth brushing and face washing, to bathing and hair care.
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