Last Friday, an article in the Wall Street Journal called “Dapper For Dummies” highlighted some services for modern gentlemen.
Among them was The Forgetful Gentleman, whose stationery has long been a staple on our desks.
In part, the article notes, “[Nathan] Tan’s website began as a reminder system for men prone to forgetting their mothers’ birthdays. He has since suspended the reminder service, and sells personalized stationery, complete with stamped envelopes, packaged in what look like cigar boxes.”
Those cigar boxed-stationery packs, as well as his new book, “The Forgetful Gentleman: Thirty Ways to Turn Good Intentions into Action”, are both available at Wingtip.
Read the rest of the article here.