When it comes to style, many think it’s like going to school to be tall – you either are or you’re not. To us, though, you can always know more, see more and dial into style more. In fact, we read the book on it. Or, more like a dozen or hundred, according to our handy lifelong style seeker Lance Avery Morgan.
CARY GRANT STYLE (A CELEBRATION OF). The ultimate screen idol gets dressed again and again on each lush page of this homage that should be within arm’s length of your closet every morning. At Barnes & Noble
LOOKING GOOD. Look backwards to move forward. This 70s classic is still a die-hard favorite for the well-learned clothes aficionado. Rediscover it all. At Amazon.
MINDING THE STORE. The Neiman Marcus classic by Stanley Marcus is a perennial thumbs up on how to approach your stylish world with life lessons learned from one of the greatest department stores ever. One that was Made in Texas, too. At Ebay.
LONDON SARTORIAL. Combining gentlemen’s tailoring with a progressive approach to street style, London is fast becoming the world’s capital of men’s fashion. Here’s a look at how. At Rizzoli USA.
POWER! HOW TO GET IT, HOW TO USE IT. Michael Korda’s classic taught the Baby Boomers how to grab the brass ring. The timeless advice still applies to today’s competitive business world. At Amazon.
ALONE IN A CROWD. Giuseppe Santamaria goes global again. His men of the street looks include those from his home-town Sydney, Melbourne, Tokyo, London, Paris, Florence, Madrid, New York, and his childhood home, Toronto. This is one worldly inspiration. At Amazon.