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John T. Molloy's New Dress for Success

3.86  ·  Rating Details ·  105 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
All the changes that have taken place in men's wardrobes in the past fifteen years are incorporated into this highly successful title. Contains 30 percent new information and a four-color, four-page illustration insert.
Paperback, 390 pages
Published January 1st 1988 by Grand Central Publishing
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Greg
Aug 18, 2013 Greg rated it it was amazing
After I read this book, I felt like Bruce Willis when he realized he was dead at the end of The Sixth Sense. As the different scenes flash by and all the strange occurrences now make sense, this is the way I felt about my wardrobe and my experience with dress in business.

I personally came from a lower-middle-class background, and every statement he made was, in my experience, bang-on. Of course, I only realized this after reading the book. People in my background would buy something like a black
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David
Feb 17, 2009 David added it
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Back in the day, my mother thought I should read this so that I could make myself presentable. Thanks to this book, I've probably forgotten more about types of suits and ties than most of my friends ever knew. This sort of thing loses relevance quickly.

I did take one thing with me: Whenever I buy a pair of jeans or a t-shirt with a skull on it, I ask myself what John T. Molloy would think of what I have become. Then I struggle to not laugh in the store. My face becomes a grimace as the grin is
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Oct 21, 2014 Brian rated it it was amazing
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I read this many years ago. It's way out of date, but it was full of good advice.
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Aug 14, 2011 Matthew Lamb rated it really liked it
This book should be read by every young man out of college. This explains the importance of image and presentation of oneself. This is extremely helpful and worthwhile. A must read for anyone striving to succeed.
Gary Zackery
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Read it
took what I needed
Laughed at the rest
I recommend it
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