Monday, January 12, 2009

handbook of style

Just as we all could use a little more money in our pockets and a little less fat in our diets, so too could most of us use a little more style. The Esquire Handbook of Style offers a handbook for men not just on looking good but on finding your own individual style. Style as defined by Esquire is equal parts fundamental basics and individual taste. The book addresses not just what to do but why. From hair care to stain removal, from packing for a trip to how to wear a scarf with elan, Esquire's handbook instructs without being overly cutesy or pedantic.

The 240-page book could just be your new best friend when it comes to looking great. We are giving away one copy of The Handbook of Style to one style-challenged reader. To enter, leave a comment telling us why you might need a little style help.