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The 25 Most Stylish Men In Literature

Posted at 8:09AM Tuesday 14 Jan 2014

There are innumerable reasons why you – yes, you – dress in the manner that you do. But if time and money were of no consequence (we can but dream) we would urge you to explore the style options favoured by the best-dressed men of literature.

So, without, further ado, we present for your fair delectation the 25 most stylish men in literature.

Now strut like a dandy peacock, daddio...

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