Mens Fashion

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Redbird
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Re: Mens Fashion

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An interview with Byron Tully, author of the Old Money Book and Old Money Style:
http://www.ivy-style.com/old-is-new-aga ... tully.html
IS: Your books are almost a vaccine against consumer culture. After reading them, one is cured of any desire to follow the latest fashions or spend too much money.

BT: Good! You’re paying attention.
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But this is about more than clothing. You can’t be worldly if you’re not well-read. You have to educate yourself, consistently, over a lifetime, inside the classroom and outside of it. And you can’t be control of much of anything if you’ve spent all your money on your wardrobe. A financially independent man in khakis and a button-down is much more stylish than a fashion plate who has to go to a job he hates every day.

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