Vogue's Guide To Dressing For Success

Photo by: Courtesy of Abrams Brooks
Edith Head's 1967 classic is back.-
Head does know about dressing for the part, which inspired us to apply her thoughtful, twentieth-century advice to the ... more 
Photo by: Courtesy of Abrams Brooks
Edith Head's 1967 classic is back.-
Head does know about dressing for the part, which inspired us to apply her thoughtful, twentieth-century advice to the twenty-first-century wardrobe. Herewith, Vogue’s Guide to Dressing for Success.
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Tue, Nov 8, 2011 5:29 PM EST
By Emily Holt, Vogue magazine



Edith Head's

1967 book How to Dress for Success, a 180-page guide to the perfect ensemble for every occasion, is back on shelves. While it's a light, nostalgic read-"Looking like a super-efficient executive secretary may help you get the job, but it won't help you punctuate the letters."-some of the particulars felt, thankfully, a little outdated.