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Alan Flusser - Dressing The Man

“Accessories: The Major Importance of Minor Things” Lord Chesterfield once described dress as the “ style of thought”  If that is true, then accessories act as punctuation, sometimes providing a point of exclamation, other times signaling a transition from one colorful phase to another.  Just as no serious writer undermines his prose by neglecting essential commas and dashes, no true elegance ignores the opportunity to better communicate his own style”

From "Dressing the Man" by Alan Flusser
"Cool book. I love this quote, wanted to share…" Kim Bearry  

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