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I agree, "The Suit" is a most entertaining and informative read. I finished it earlier last month, and i'll probably re-read it before winter shopping.Originally Posted by Maximus Mark
I agree. Clothes are the least of W's problems that have already led to his ruin. Man, I need to get this book. I keep forgetting."The first George Bush dressed formally, and -- he thought -- not at all dandified. Yet the people recognized in all those repp ties, Sack suits, and linen hankies the quality known as preppyness. Because this reminded them of his patrician heritage, it fixed in their mind the impression that he did not understand or care about them, and so he was ruined. His son, learning from this error, dresses with the crisp formality of a CEO, but without any hint of preppyness, so that if he is ruined, it will not be because of his clothes."