Dress for Success (book)

Dress for Success is a 1975 book by John T. Molloy about the effect of clothing on a person's success in business and personal life. It was a bestseller and was followed in 1977 by The Women's Dress for Success Book. [1] Together, the books popularized the concept of "power dressing."[2]

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