Truly dressing well isn’t about advertising how much money you’ve spent, which logos you’re brandishing, or showing how hip you are.
It’s about communicating a quiet confidence. It’s about presenting yourself in a way that whispers an ‘Old Money’ understanding of tradition and quality, rather than screaming for attention with the latest trends.
So…what are the secrets of dressing well…and how can you adopt them and implement them without breaking the bank?
In Old Money Style, I reveal these secrets and help you present your best self, at work and at home, for the rest of your life, not just for a ‘fashion season’.
Whether you’re a college freshman or a dad with two teenagers, the Gentleman’s Edition of Old Money Style will show you how to look your best, every day, regardless of your wardrobe budget.
If you’re like most guys, you may have asked yourself these questions:
What exactly do I need to do to dress well?
What tools do I really need to look more professional, enhance my career opportunities, and—let’s just say it—make more money?
What helps me look more attractive to others?
What makes me consistently feel better about myself?
Is it spending more money on clothes? Chasing the latest fashion trends? Adopting an ‘attitude’ to go with a new ‘look’?
Hardly. What you need is information. Perspective. Direction. And getting a handle on that mysterious, elusive concept: style.
Spending a lot of money isn’t required. Actually, when you do it right, you’ll spend less money. What’s more, you don’t need to know anything about clothing or fashion. You simply need to embrace some Old Money traditions.
You’ll be surprised to discover just how easy it is to go from ‘couldn’t care less’ to ‘always well dressed’ in just a few short, simple steps.
Learning the Fundamentals
Important things you’re going to learn in Old Money Style include the following:
Dissecting Old Money Style
In this book, I detail exactly how and why men from the world’s Upper Class dress the way they do, and explain why dressing this same way can benefit you, both in terms of changing your life, and saving you money.
You’ll learn the value of the ‘Starting Five’—five pieces of clothing that you need to start your Old Money wardrobe—so you’re instantly and classically well-dressed for anything, from that all-important job interview to that always-crazy night out with the guys.
You’ll be privy to a list of vendors, clothing companies that I buy from—and from whom I get no money for recommending—who sell the quality go-to items you need.
You’ll be able to refer to the ‘insider’ inventory of the clothes you need, prioritizing the items you need to buy first, and which items can be purchased later.
You’ll be presented with a wide range of options and insights on each article of clothing—from finding ‘off the rack’ bargains at vintage stores to how and when to ‘go bespoke’ for shirts and suits in NYC, Paris, London, and Naples—complete with over two dozen color photos for you to refer to.
Most importantly, you’ll see that it’s a ‘no brainer’, offering a simple, straightforward, and realistic approach that makes it easy for you to look your best every day, without giving it a second thought.
You’ll be comfortable. You’ll be confident. You’ll shop less. You’ll buy smarter. You’ll save money. And you’ll look good.
Just so you’ll know: this book is it. There’s no seminar to attend. There’s no club to join. There’s no up-selling involved. I don’t even want your email address. All I really want you to do is learn from the book. Live a rich, full life, and share this information. That’s it.
So, it’s all here, waiting for you. Get your copy of Old Money Style right now.
Go ahead: invest in yourself. Give Old Money Style to someone you love. Pass it down. Pass it on. It’s the gift of life-changing knowledge.
For the price of a cup of coffee (the ebook) or two pizzas (the print editions), both of which will be gone in minutes after you buy them, you can get a lifetime of insights and information to upgrade your look and launch your Next Best Self into the world.
You’re worth it.