AskMen.com Presents The Style Bible: The 11 Rules for Building a Complete and Timeless Wardrobe (Askmen.com Series)
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The Style Bible is an indispensable handbook filled with fundamentals that every man can use to improve his dress sense and lifestyle. Divided into 11 rules, The Style Bible helps you build a versatile wardrobe; coordinate different colors, patterns, and accessories; learn which clothes flatter your body type; and navigate the worlds of shoes, jeans, and watches. You'll also learn how to dress appropriately for any occasion or environment, from meetings at the office to first dates and nights on the town. With instructive illustrations and loads of tips, The Style Bible is essential reading for every man who wants to dress to impress.
shirts Socks and underwear As long as you stick with solid black socks, you can save money on them because, quite frankly, no one will notice. Great-looking underwear can also be purchased inexpensively. Check out sales in department stores for discounts on designer duds. In lower-end department stores you can also buy underwear cheaply; just stick with standard patterns or solid colors and avoid no-name designer logos and weird pictures (like Papa Smurf, which will terrify first-time bed
fungi, viruses, and other bacteria. Clean socks are necessary not only for your own health, but also for your shoes' wellbeing. Types of Socks Socks fall into three main categories (not to mention the area between the wall and the dryer): Dress, casual, and athletic. • Dress socks are usually made from silk, cashmere, or fine variants of cotton and wool. • Casual socks come in cotton and wool, and are available in a wide variety of colors, patterns, and thicknesses. • Athletic socks are usually
quality. Another factor in this quality is the dye used for Japanese denim: natural rather than synthetic indigo, with yam dipped up to thirty times to produce an incredibly deep and rich color that weathers with time. The reputation of Japanese denim has traveled quickly, and several overseas 71 AskMen.com Presents The Style Bible brands have adopted it for their collections. Cult Swedish brand Nudie uses Japanese denim for all its lines, and Diesel uses it for some of its premium jeans in
the bird wore its feathers. Because they're not for everyone, and they take some legwork to track down, ostrich leather belts can cost a few hundred dollars a pop. These belts' one-of-a-kind look demands that their wearers possess supreme fashion confidence. Lizard Now you're getting into the really expensive belts. Lizard skin belts, and their even more upscale crocodile and alligator skin cousins, can cost up to $1,000. This leather is marked by its small, dense scale patterns. The look is one
wear with your pants in the future. This will ensure that the hem of your pants will be in accordance with how the pants fall on your shoes; since each shoe is different, its size and shape can affect how your pants break. The thickness of your sole is also a critical factor in determining the final length of your pants. Wear them as you would Furthermore, while taking measurements, make sure to wear your pants as you normally would—even if it means strapping on a belt and tucking in your shirt.