It is not unusual to hear the remark that Miss Blank always looks well dressed in whatever she puts on. If this is carefully analyzed you will find that Miss Blank's attractive appearance is many times due not so much to the expensiveness of the clothing she wears, as to the manner in which she cares for every detail of her dress, and to the impression of neatness and carefulness which her appearance conveys. It does not require expense to be clean, neat and well groomed. The opposite of these conditions is indicative of carelessness, neglect and a lack of culture. Many a person has been refused a position of responsibility on account of the marks of carelessness and lack of taste which were evident in the personal appearance.