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Chic Simple Dress Smart Men: Wardrobes That Win in the New Workplace
by Kim J. Jeff/Gross Stone
Hardcover from Warner Books

Dressing the Man : Mastering the Art of Permanent Fashion
by Alan Flusser
Hardcover from HarperCollins


Men's Wardrobe (Chic Simple)
by Kim Johnson Gross, Jeff Stone, Woody Hochswender, David Bashaw If you don't know how to tie a tie--or pretend you don't--obtain this book posthaste. The Chic Simple folks have once again produced a classic, stunning collection with gorgeous color photographs, perfect problem solvers, and helpful resources, including the Web site addresses for everyone from Adidas to Waterman pens. They show you the essentials for preventing Monday morning "I have nothing to wear to the office" panics, the basics for a camping trip, and the perfect shoes to wear with a tux. Can you mix a tattersall shirt with a checked tie? What does tattersall look like, anyway? Have no fear, it's in here. This book will help you create a sensible, organized wardrobe that'll keep you prepared for any fashion situation, from a job interview to "casual day" at the office to the golf course. 

The book is especially suited for men who hate to shop because they have no idea what they're doing. How do you spot a good-quality dress shirt? Look for at least 14 stitches to the inch on the placket. What to wear for a nice slimming effect? Try a suit with a tailored vest. How do you take care of leather shoes? How to pack a suitcase so your clothes don't come out looking like crepe paper? Chic Simple Men's Wardrobe tells you.
Hardcover from Knopf

The Metrosexual Guide to Style: A Handbook for the Modern Man
by Michael Flocker
Paperback from DaCapo Press

Style and the Man : How and Where to Buy the Best Mens' Clothes
by Alan Flusser
Hardcover from HarperCollins

The Indispensable Guide to Classic Men's Clothing
by Josh Karlen, Amy Libra, Christopher C. Sulavik, Josh Taylor
Paperback from Tatra Pr

Esquire's Things a Man Should Know About Style
by Scott Omelianuk, Ted Allen
Paperback from Riverhead Books

A Gentleman Gets Dressed Up : Knowing what to wear, how to wear it, and when to wear it
by Bryan Curtis, John Bridges
Hardcover from Rutledge Hill Press

Men's Fashion: The Complete Sourcebook
by John Peacock
Hardcover from Thames & Hudson

Dressing in the Dark: Lessons in Mens Style from the Movies
by Marion Maneker
Book Description:
Men are the in the dark about their clothes, that's not news. Few know how to dress well and there doesn't seem to be anyone they can look to for advice. Yesterday, young men learned about style from their fathers; today, no one really wants to dress lik his father. So who do men look up to? Whom do they admire and want to emulate? Is there a man who doesn't identify with the power and charisma of John Travolta, Sean Penn, or Steve McQueen? This book looks at the stars of the screen for common sense examples of how to dress comfortably and stylishly. From the sporting life to formal occasions, from macho tough guys to urbane sophisticates, nearly every social situation and character type has been portrayed on screen in an eye-catching way. A unique guide, Dressing In The Dark gives men practical advice about clothes and character, shedding light on the sartorial secrets of the most stylish stars from the twenties up to the present. 
Hardcover from Assouline

Mistakes Men Make That Women Hate: 101 Style Tips for Men
by Kenneth J. Karpinski
Paperback from Capital Books Inc
28 March, 2003

Men Without Ties
by Barry Hannah, Gianni Versace, Herb Ritts
Hardcover from Abbeville Press, Inc.

Sex and Suits: The Evolution of Modern Dress (Kodansha Globe)
by Anne Hollander, Philip Turner
Paperback from Kodansha International

Bravehearts: Men in Skirts
by Andrew Bolton
Hardcover from Victoria & Albert Museum


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