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Fashion 1 Running head: FASHION Fashion and The Woman Executive Nanine Barnes MBA 525 Saint Leo University Saint Leo, Florida
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Fashion 2 The topic I found most interesting in Letitia Baldrige’s New Complete Guide to Executive Managers was Fashion and the Woman Executive. It is amazing to see how young women dress in the business world today. In just the 10 years I have been in a professional work environment I have noticed a remarkable and rather disturbing difference. Fortunately for myself, I was employed at 2 professional companies at a young age, the Four Seasons Resort and Club and the Hilton Hotel. Both of these companies had a strict dress code for both the winter and summer months. In the summer months at both companies, women’s skits were to be no shorter than 2 inches above the knee and tight fitting , low cut blouses were not acceptable. During the winter months, if you wanted to wear a skirt, you had to wear panty hose with it and you were not allowed to wear open toed shoes during this time. I noticed a big difference in the enforcement of dress code
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This note was uploaded on 02/19/2012 for the course PROFESSION 525 taught by Professor Siler during the Summer '11 term at St. Leo.

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