Written for people who are trying to be what they're wearing but don't have the same taste in clothes that other people would like, Clothes Really Do Make
the Man contains more than 2,500 jokes and one-liners that offers readers ways they can fashion their own lives into a stylish ensemble that will make them
model citizens to everyone they want to meet or didn't want to, anyway.
Willidau has patterned a writing style that sews together all the designs he's modeled for his life. Ken Willidau's philosophy is that looking it is as
good as being it if people don't look past that to see the truth that lies within. Willidau fashions himself in a manner that will leave even the most
formally dressed person as a casual giggling mess. And you'll be put in stitches, too.
Chapters attempt to design a whole person from the clothes he has chosen to show off as his interpretation of himself for others to determine what it is
for them to be seeing. Among them, "Mittens on Strings", "Hand-Me-Down Jeans", "Tie-Dyed T-shirt", "Flood Pants", "Balaclava" and "Thinking Cap" are just
part of the complete outfit that make the whole man. The walk down the runway is spent with a patchwork of jokes using wit, dark humour, jokes that will
knock your socks off, tongue-in-cheek, jokes needling you gentle reader, plays on words and double entendre humour. Spending your day with Ken will make
you look at yourself differently no matter what you think others are seeing for themselves.
Clothes Really Do Make the Man provides the perfect cover for those days you want to look like someone who, obviously, reads books and not whatever that is
you're wrapped up in now that you've made yourself a slave to fashion to just be read like that yourself. Let's wear a book out.