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Fuck Yeah Menswear: Bespoke Knowledge for the Crispy Gentleman

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The men’s fashion magnum opus for the ages, “Fuck Yeah Menswear is a hilarious new tome for the sartorially obsessed” (San Francisco Chronicle).

In your hands is an Amazonian blowgun full of deadly knowledge darts ready to be delivered straight to your cranium.

You’re about to begin a journey that will end in only one way—with you standing naked in an abandoned ravine watch
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Paperback, 256 pages
Published November 6th 2012 by Touchstone
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Josh Lindner
Dec 14, 2016 Josh Lindner rated it it was amazing
"This book made me the style god I am today."
- Ghandi, if he had read this book.

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May 12, 2016 Renee rated it really liked it
Incredibly funny and practical even if you are a "dame" or "broad" and only think she knows menswear. I wrote for a men's lifestyle magazine for tech entertainment and can dig this over-the-top humor. This less polite fashion guide is not for everyone like the endearing MensWear Dog but it is in the same category of genuine usefulness combined with absurdity.

I preferred the diagrams for suggestions for "wealthy" vs "baller" vs "poor" and the photo captioned original memes over the stream of con
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Jan 04, 2014 Matt rated it really liked it
Kind of ridiculously written, this book nonetheless has some really great insight into modern men's style and is really valuable in helping one identify what their "look" is and what they are going for. If you're interested in looking like you aren't a hobo and you can't figure out how, this is worth a gander.
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Oct 23, 2013 Dean rated it liked it
Shelves: fashion, humor
I came for the satirical riffs on street fashion blogs and photography but stayed for the poetry.

Somewhat inconsistent in quality (text and art) but there is the occasional zinger that hits the bullseye.
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