Over the past few years, lots of men decided that they wanted to start dressing better. It wasn’t necessarily about a dress code or impressing anyone (those are both positive byproducts), it was just about feeling good about your appearance. Sooner or later, something’s going to rub off if you look like a million bucks. Heading to the tailor to get your pants tapered and tour jacket brought in is one thing, but what if you want to design or modify your own clothes? If you’re anything like us, you have plenty ideas but don’t know where to start. This Fashionary Sketchbook is that starting point. Patterns, templates, fabrics and helpful tips line the pages of the combination dictionary/diary/sketchbook that is sure to become every budding designer’s best friend. It might not land you in the pages of GQ, but it’s a damn good place to start.