It went away for quite a while, but this month The Way We Wore: A Life In Threads by Robert Elms has returned to the shelves as a paperback and in a Kindle version too.
It's a book about street style, a very good one too, which is why we're talking it up. Street style from the 1950s to the '90s to be precise, everything from Teddy Boys to Acid house, from Notting Hill to Soho, focusing on how the working class youth of London became the coolest kids on the planet despite having just modest cash in their pockets.
From button-downs to loafers and bondage trousers, it's about the clothes you had to be seen in at certain points in time to make your mark, told by a man (and boy) who fell in love with clothes in the mid-1960s and never looked back.
If you love your clothes and love (or loved) the idea of standing out from the crowd on a Saturday afternoon and night, this is definitely a book for you if you haven't read it before.
The book covers 312 pages and sells for £9.46 as a paperback. As we mentioned, a Kindle version available too if you prefer to be digital.