Angel Ramos is getting dressed for work. Custom-tailored suit, check. Custom shirt, check. Custom tie, check. Vintage cufflinks. Handmade shoes. No socks, however. Not even custom ones. You got a problem with that? Ramos, a Miami real estate agent who spends a lot of time contemplating his wardrobe, says that showing a little ankle works just fine among affluent businessmen in the South, and you should believe him. This month Esquire magazine named him its Best Dressed Real Man of the Year. For Ramos, 29, who recently joined One Sotheby's International Realty in Miami Beach, Fla., after several years in real estate in Atlanta, the award is an affirmation of something he knows in his gut: Image may not be everything in his business, but it counts for a lot. That's especially true in his specialty, the luxury market, where he's developing a niche catering to athletes, entertainers and other luxury property buyers and sellers. "We're dealing with millionaires, billi...
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