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Duncan Berry rated it really liked it Apr 28, PantisocratFeb 28, There’s a antongiavaanni of Manton’s book from the Wall Street Journal posted on the board; do a search. It covers everything from the different styles of suits, the 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. In fact, when I first saw this book while taking a walk in Manhattan, I thought ‘how much could possibly be written about this?

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To ask other readers questions about The Suitplease sign up. The one thing I did not like is that, almost everything came back to bespoke items. Glendapearl rated it antongiavann liked it Aug 31, Thanks for telling us about the problem.

Feb 05, Paul rated it it was amazing.

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Jul 29, Jason Yang rated it it was ok. 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. Yes, my password is: However, I feel a little less time could have been spent on this topic, or it given its own section in the book. 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.


In summary, with this book, Antongiovanni says ‘all men look better in well-tailored suits and matching accessories that fit the occasion’.

That’s because “business casual” has proved itself a one-way ticket to a lifetime in the corporate dungeon. Uyiesss rated it liked it Jul 30, To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

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Still a good read and a nice format for reading on the go. Discussion in ‘ Classic Menswear ‘ started by c55Nov 1, It’s kind of pricey though.

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Ultimately, while this was a quick read, I didn’t really feel like it was worth my time. Antongjavanni uses powerful men in the public eye as entertaining examples of how to dress properly and what garish mistakes to avoid. JollyOliver rated it it was amazing Apr 29, Antongiavanni’s comments are more of the usual fanfare regarding male fashion.

Exquisitely written, entertaining, and illuminating little book.

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

Saurabh Singh rated it liked it Feb 19, I loved the book. Based on his translation of Machiavelli’s The Prince. Also, the book favours in my opinion American classic style rather than presenting British, Italian etc notions. I saw this at the local bookstore this morning Your username or email address: Nathan Rapp rated it liked it Dec 05, Brian rated it really liked it May 24, It’s both well written and filled with tips that can help any man find the right suit.


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. It is written in the style of the Prince, which is kind of funny and doesn’t detract much.

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Return to Book Page. Mijke rated it really liked it Mar 24, 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. 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.

The author gives useful and helpful hints on what siut wear and why. Well, not according to Antongiovanni. No matter what your physical build or your status in the workplace, let Nicholas Antongiavanni be your fashion consultant. With The SuitNicholas Antongiavanni provides a masterly manual on what it takes to succeed: