Shirley Shalaby's latest English book, "Beyond Charm: The Essential Etiquette Guide for Middle Eastern and Global Youth", was published in 2010. It is the culmination of action research with a practical perspective gathered from seminars and trainings conducted by the author over the years. Shirley Shalaby shares her experience, insights and advice in a visual and friendly manner, which she is delighted to pass on to others in the fervent belief that it will add value. Available at Virgin and Diwan, Shorouk and AUC bookstores.
She was brought up in a home full of beauty. Her mother, a fashion designer, taught her how to talk and walk nicely and basically to behave. She hoped that her little daughter would one day become a famous fashion designer. In fact, the daughter has fulfilled her mother’s dream and more.
Sophisticated and charming, Mrs. Shalaby epitomizes the qualities she seeks to impart.
Etiquette is synonymous with courtesy, honesty, authenticity and all the qualities that bring an added value to the human capital.
Shirley Shalaby has gone to great lengths to help others develop their personality and add beauty to their everyday lives.
Beyond Charm is an interesting and informative read, written as an easy reference guide with images and diagrams to illustrate Shalaby’s key points. Divided into seven chapters, Shalaby covers the basics of dress, behavioral, professional and dining etiquette with advice written in a thoroughly explanatory tone.
Leading Style and Image Consultant, Shirley Shalaby, has launched her second book, “Beyond Charm”. This essential Savoir-Faire Guide has a little something for everyone; young people, professionals, newlyweds, and even a chapter for “Men Only”. Beyond Sharm invites the reader to have fun with his/her looks and personal style and presents well-supported techniques on how […]
Shirley Shalaby's first book, "Fann el Etiquette" - The Art of Etiquette - was launched in Arabic in 2001. The manual offers for the first time, a set of practical guidelines in Arabic on etiquette and proper behavior in contemporary Egyptian society. It has been and still is widely distributed in Egypt as well as in several countries in the region.