A little recommendation for reading today.
I found the best book ever on men's style about two years ago: Dressing the Man by Alan Flusser. Apparently everyone already knows it, but I didn't and it made me gloriously happy. I'd read it twice within a week and so wish there were more books out there that go into such detail around periods and styles. If anyone has any recommendations, let me know.
The only criticism I have (and this is nit picking) is that he insists on trousers high on a man's waist rather too much, and ventless jackets. While Cary Grant makes this look great, it would look rather ridiculous on someone today, particularly given that he will spend a greater proportion of his time with his jacket off.
Should have made that recommendation before Christmas really. Oh well.