I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Alan Splittoe, a professor of Putting Your Clothes On In The Morning But Real Philosophical About It at Smartee University. We discussed how to dress in an elegant manner and his own personal style.
J: There’s been a revival of menswear in recent years. Men are tying their ties and wearing proper shoes. Steps in the right direction? Or just faux authenticity?
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J: That makes a lot of sense. Do you have advice for how to avoid the pitfalls of “playing dress-up”?
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J: What’s your advice to those just learning the rules? Play hardline and then break the rules? Or just always break the rules?
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J: It allows men to keep things simple. Y’know, so you don’t have to think a lot in the morning. Personal development is similar between men’s wardrobes but always has differences.
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J: What’s your personal uniform?
J: You’re writing a book about menswear. Can you tell us a little bit about it?
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J: You brought up good point about RL earlier, how his inauthenticity ended up being kinda’ authentic. Is accepting that dressing in the morning has small elements of dress-up a big secret to dressing happily?
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J: Thanks for taking the time to talk with GTBT.
I hope this was super-informative for all my readers. Dr. Splittoe’s book is out 9/12/12.