People who are in the business of selling things tell me a man can be judged by his appearance.
While yet another adage claims you should not judge a proverbial book by its just-as-proverbial cover, it is not out of the realm of possibility that you can tell a lot about a man via the way he presents himself. Clothing is something we choose to wear, an outward-facing representation of how we see ourselves and how we want others to see us.
Is it fair then to turn these representations into opinion? Can we really ascertain the true sense of a man simply by his choice and arrangement of garments on his being?
Does a gentleman’s wardrobe really reflect his place in this world?
It appears it does.
(Note: as of this writing, this journalist was unable to procure the brand of hair dye Mr. Millar uses to frost his tips.)
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