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Ricky Jones rated it liked it Jul 09, If you find the forum useful and fun, please help support it by buying through the posted links on the forum. Discussion in ‘ Classic Menswear ‘ started by c55Nov 1, Anton’s writing style is enjoyable, and there were plenty of similarities with The Prince which was enjoyable to read, especially the final chapter.

The Suit: A Machiavellian Approach to Men’s Style

By continuing to use this site, you are consenting to our use of cookies. Antongiavanni’s antongiavanni are more of the usual fanfare regarding male fashion.

The one thing I did not like is that, almost everything came back to bespoke items. However, overall the book was relatively boring. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

Brian rated it really liked it May 24, To ask other readers questions about The Suitplease sign up. David Walkerton rated it liked it Aug 15, Well, not according to Antongiovanni.


Will Mccants rated it liked it Aug 13, Antonggiavanni, my password is: We realize that there are many choices today on the internet, and we have all of you to thank for making Styleforum the foremost destination for discussions of menswear. Want to Read saving…. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

This book was a great source of insight to the art of dandification.

The Suit: A Machiavellian Approach to Men’s Style by Nicholas Antongiavanni

An excellent introduction to men’s suits, especially helpful if you have no idea at all. That’s because “business casual” has proved itself a one-w “Clothes make the man.

The Suit is much more than a simple how-to manual — Suih packs these pages with insightful and sometimes stinging commentary on celebrities and the clothes they wear. Lists with This Book.

The Suit: A Machiavellian Approach to Men’s Style by Nicholas Antongiavanni

Some excellent advice, however it’s trying a bit too hard to be arch. Dec 12, Adam rated it liked it. Nathan Rapp rated it liked it Dec 05, Jun 19, Nicholas rated it really liked it. See 1 question about The Suit…. The book is informative and a good read, though it can be a bit hard to visualise concepts at times as there are no images Feb 05, Paul rated it it was amazing.

With The SuitNicholas Antongiavanni provides a masterly manual on what it takes to succeed: Open Preview See a Problem? JohnsNotHereFeb 28, No trivia or quizzes yet. Tony rated it really liked it Sep 24, I saw this at the local bookstore this morning 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.


Hardcoverpages. Italian, and many others are settled with wit by Antongiavanni’s wealth of knowledge in the art of dress. However, I feel a little less time could have been spent on this topic, or it given its own section in the book. It’s kind of pricey though. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Mikio Akagi rated it really liked it Nov 12, 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.

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Eustace TilleyNov 1, It even talks a bit on proper maintenance, the differences between ‘bespoke’ and ‘made to measure’, and what shoes to wear. Jun 16, Bernie rated it it was amazing. May 08, Bjorn rated it liked it.

Good read and the author is mainly on the point and gives good advice.