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James Bassil is the editor-in-chief of AskMen.com.
I highly recommend this to anyone who is looking to step up their game in the world of fashion.
After reading this book I feel confident that I could go out and put together some good looking ensembles.
I have read the equivalent books by details and esquire, which are good as well as supplemental knowledge.
I don't know, I was expecting a bit more from this. Cheap and good advice though.Published 5 months ago by Jake Oz
Great style tips. They are not only informative but practical.Published 5 months ago by David Julian
The problem with most of these types of books as they go to far from the reality of the average man's needs. Read morePublished 9 months ago by ronald Lux
I have the kindle version and it has been very easy to read and clear as to what it says. The formatting has been good.Published 11 months ago by turtlej44
Not a bad book for the fresh-out-of-school "fashion beginners". It offers some good advice on many topics but more often than not it does so in a "touch and go"... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Jack of all trades
This book is more modern. I welcome individualized dressing. The 11 rules are helpful in building a basic wardrobe. Fitting the body type and personality is key.Published 13 months ago by Elf
Just like the normal Bible, this really only covers the basics. The good bibles are the ones that are passed through generations. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Scotty The Third