Uncommon Topics on Menswear

Misconceptions and malpractices exist or pervade because few authorities are willing or able to discuss the problems and offer rational and effective solutions.This book covers a number of topics, which are not commonly discussed in ...

Uncommon Topics on Menswear

Uncommon Topics on Menswear

Contemporary men's clothing lacks variety. Many men are unsatisfied with the uniform look of their clothing and are craving uncommon ways to dress differently. But, they often use the wrong or unnecessary approaches in an attempt to reach their goals. Some men like to show off unusual tie knots such as Merovingian and Eldredge, which they learned from the Internet. The knots are created by wrapping the small end around the tie apron (or blade). The knots are dangerous because the wearer can be choked instantly if the tie apron is pulled. Many men also have wrong or ill-advised concepts or beliefs about men's clothing. They mistakenly or unwisely think that a round face should be complemented with a point collar, a spread collar requires a large tie knot, socks should relate to either the shoes or the pants, and a pocket square should match the tie, and so on. Misconceptions and malpractices exist or pervade because few authorities are willing or able to discuss the problems and offer rational and effective solutions.This book covers a number of topics, which are not commonly discussed in contemporary literature. The author has sold men's clothing for more than twenty years to hundreds of thousands of customers in person. He offers many of his unique keen insights in this book. He explains the advantages and disadvantages of the spread and button-down collar better than any other author. He also emphasizes the importance of mass balance in determining the proper length of a suit jacket. No other author ever suggests that a man should wear different sleeve lengths for barrel cuff and French cuff shirts. Readers will find the discussions not only amusing but also practical.

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Authors: Ivan M. C. Chen, Ph.d., Ivan M C Chen Ph D
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