It is wonderful, is it not? That on that small pivot turns the fortune of such multitudes of men, women, and children, in so many parts of the world; that such industry, and so many fine faculties, should be brought out an exercised by so small a thing as a button. “ – Charles Dicken
From across the dim lighted party room, the one wearing looks as if he were wearing a basic black dinner jacket. However, the sheen from the silk in dim lighting is unavoidable as well as the glistening of the swarovski crystal buttons beaming light in every which direction that is capturing the attention to every patron attending the hosted charity party. About midway in distance to the gentleman you can begin to see the details of this incredible design. History of the paisley print begins to scroll through your mind dating as far back as your grade schooling. However, this was much more than the rule of the Sassanians empire who’s savaged army managed to keep the Romans at bay for centuries. This gentleman was his own empire slaying the comforts of style of those around him. So modern, so elegant and so far ahead to the perception of those observing him. Mentally you jot down the styling details of the garment. You realize you must approach this man to ask him where he purchased this beautifully worn art as if you were in line to ask a buddhist monk the answer to life. His appeal became an asset, strong enough that others waited to learn about his personality and ideals that hopefully matches their own perceived notions of perfection and elegance. People attending crowded looking busy sipping their refreshments and viewing their phones as if they were reading work related emails that demanded urgency all of who that were just waiting for the opportunity to receive the answers to their curiosity. Was that he intention? Did he figure out how to build his network through his superb style? He was capturing the eyes with his beautiful garment and demanding the attention from others who were mystified how a human being can be dressed so perfectly. You just had to know like everyone else. You have to learn how to do as he does. That’s why your here. No other way would do.
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