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The Suit: A Machiavellian Approach to Men’s Style by Nicholas Antongiavanni
Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us antongiiavanni the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — The Suit by Nicholas Antongiavanni. With The SuitNicholas Antongiavanni provides a masterly manual on what it takes to succeed: That’s because “business casual” has proved itself a one-w “Clothes make the man. That’s because “business casual” has proved itself a one-way ticket to a lifetime in the corporate dungeon.
But if you apply the sartorial advice proffered in The Suit to your clothes, you will project elegance, bravado, antongiaganni success.
Drawing inspiration from Machiavelli’s The PrinceAntongiavanni has crafted an essential handbook for the ambitious man who recognizes that antongiavnni and stylish appearance is a lever to power. From neckties to footwear, belts to suspenders, lapels to handkerchiefs, The Suit leaves no antonngiavanni or accessory untouched and will inject a dose of good taste into your closet. The debates over double-breasted vs. Italian, and many others are settled with wit by Antongiavanni’s wealth of knowledge in the art of dress.
The Suit is much more than a simple how-to manual — Antongiavanni packs these pages with insightful and sometimes stinging commentary on celebrities and the clothes they wear. Leading public figures from David Letterman to Donald Rumsfeld are picked apart at the seams.
Antongiavanni uses powerful men in the public eye as entertaining examples of how to dress properly and what garish mistakes to avoid. Whether you are already a corporate Prince — or if you are a Joe Cubicle aspiring to antongisvanni something greater — The Suit will teach you how to make your clothes work for you.
No matter what your physical build or your status in the workplace, let Nicholas Antongiavanni be your fashion consultant. Hardcoverpages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To thf other readers questions about The Suitplease sign up. Does the original English version have the illustrations translated version I’ve read didn’t have them? See 1 question about The Suit…. Lists with This Book.
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Jul 31, Adam rated it it was ok. Definitely on the higher range of 2 star, almost a three, but not quit enough. The book contained many things I already new. Anton’s writing style is enjoyable, and there were plenty of similarities with The Prince which was enjoyable to read, especially the final chapter. However, antongiaavanni the book was relatively boring. I feel anyone picking it up already knows how to dress, and for antongiavannk who don’t, it is not sui suitable introduction to men’s style, and readers will become lost within the words.
Jun 30, Azri Alipah rated it really liked it. You know how people say that all men look better in suits?
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Well, not according to Antongiovanni. You wear it a few times a year unless it’s a job requirement.
You don’t wear it out in the streets, because dry-cleaning can get expensive. In fact, when I first saw this book while taking a walk antongavanni Manhattan, I thought ‘how much could possibly be written about this?
It covers everything from the different styles of suits, ahtongiavanni different materials for the different seasons, what colours work, what passes off as casual wear, and what may look good on you based on your body type.
The Suit: A Machiavellian Approach to Men’s Style by Nicholas Antongiavanni
It even talks a bit on proper maintenance, the differences between ‘bespoke’ and ‘made to measure’, and what shoes to wear. Overall this book made me more aware of what I should be looking when I enter a Brooks Brothers. In summary, with this book, Antongiovanni says ‘all men look better in well-tailored suits and matching accessories that fit the occasion’. Jun 19, Nicholas rated it really liked it. This book was antongiaavnni great source of insight to the art of dandification.
The author gives useful and helpful hints on what to wear and why. Wntongiavanni book describes from what worsteds a person should own and what patterns and suit types each type of person should wear as well as giving an explanation of why they should wear a certain pattern or cut of fabric. The one thing I did not like is that, almost everything came back to bespoke items.
True they are custom made and will fit and look nicer than anyt This book was a great source of insight to the art of dandification. True they are custom made and will fit and look nicer than anything else.
However, I feel a little less time could have been spent on this topic, or it given its own section in the book. There were more than enough examples given and after you looked up what he was discussing if you reread the section there is a perfectly illustrated example. May 08, Bjorn rated it liked it. Good read and the author is mainly on the point and gives good advice.
It is written in the style of the Prince, which is kind of funny and doesn’t detract much.
However, the author does not contribute anything that has not been better written in other books, “Dressing the man” by Flusser for example.
Also, the book favours in my opinion American classic style rather than presenting British, Italian etc notions. Still a good read and a nice format for reading on the go. Feb 05, Paul rated it it was amazing. Exquisitely written, entertaining, and illuminating little book. There is no magic bullet to dressing well, but with the tools provided here a man may confidently dress in a manner to do himself much honor.
Jun 16, Bernie rated it fhe was amazing.
The Suit: A Machiavellian Approach to Men’s Style
An excellent introduction to men’s suits, especially helpful if you have no idea at all. It’s both well written and filled with tips that can help any man find the right suit. Some of my favorite tips include paraphrasing “your first suit should be gray- not so dark a gray that you’re mistaken for a funeral director, but not so light that you couldn’t apply for a job as one. Jul 29, Jason Yang rated it it was ok. The Machiavellian writing style had made this a fun read at first, but after a few chapters of commitment, I found this work short on content.
Antongiavanni’s comments are more of the usual fanfare regarding male fashion. Ultimately, while this was a quick antongiavanno, I didn’t really feel like it was worth my time.
Dec antongizvanni, Adam rated it liked it. Some excellent advice, however it’s trying a bit too hard to be arch. Sep 04, Akiva Jackson rated it really liked it. Nov 21, Jonathan added it Shelves: Gift of Harvey Mansfield to Jonathan. Based on his translation of Machiavelli’s The Prince. Inscribed by the author to Harvey Mansfield. Uyiesss rated it liked it Jul 30, Jarrell rated it really liked it May 15, Ricky Jones rated it liked it Jul 09, Mikio Akagi rated it really liked it Nov 12, Sebastian rated it really liked it Feb 13, Tony rated it really liked it Sep 24, JollyOliver rated rhe it was amazing Apr 29, Chase Ables rated it it was amazing Oct 20, Nathan Rapp rated it liked it Dec 05, David Walkerton rated it liked it Aug 15, Mijke rated it really liked it Mar 24, Andrew Quinlan rated it liked it Sep 21, Will Mccants rated it liked it Aug 13, Saurabh Singh rated it liked it Feb 19, Brian rated it really liked it May 24, Daniel rated it really liked it Aug 30, Glendapearl rated it really liked it Aug 31, Duncan Berry rated it really liked it Apr 28, Ashish rated it liked it Aug 30, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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