By Roger Stone
The well-dressed man takes care of his clothes and so gets full value out of them. The slovenly man wears the same suit day after day and hacks it out in a couple of months.
The well-dressed man buys more clothes in the first instance, and by wearing each suit alternatively makes a suit last longer than two months.
The man who is well dressed has his things kept in the right order, and that means a saving of time and temper! Also, the habit of keeping clothes in order extends to other matters. A well-dressed man always has a well-ordered house.
It is a mistake to suppose that it is a waste of time to dress well; a well-dressed man need not spend any more time in dressing than a badly dressed man does.