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A look at the history of men's fashion and style. Boardwalk Empire, Mad Men, Gatsby style accessory icons. How to's and color print match up advice.

 

A look back at men's styling

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Early 1930's. Sidney, Australia. Dashing gentleman getting Poppy pinned on Remembrance Day. Quite the mod tie worked in with a great vest and jacket.

Early 1930's. Sidney, Australia. Dashing gentleman getting Poppy pinned on Remembrance Day. Quite the mod tie worked in with a great vest and jacket.

1937 The Sydney Cup. Top hat and tails. Details: pocket watches and FOBs.

1937 The Sydney Cup. Top hat and tails. Details: pocket watches and FOBs.

1986 Seville Club Tallahassee, Florida. Men's fashion show. Put together, tie tack and vest, on lookers donning the pocket square.

1986 Seville Club Tallahassee, Florida. Men's fashion show. Put together, tie tack and vest, on lookers donning the pocket square.

Est. 1903 at the Imperial Hotel. A group of dapper gents, looking very confident. All of the distinct styling details: Velvet collar, rounded collar with collar bar, bow tie, pocket square....these fellas have it goin' on!

Est. 1903 at the Imperial Hotel. A group of dapper gents, looking very confident. All of the distinct styling details: Velvet collar, rounded collar with collar bar, bow tie, pocket square....these fellas have it goin' on!

1924 Fred Piper, who's father was a steam circus proprietor. Nice pocket square and tie match up Fred, well done sir!

1924 Fred Piper, who's father was a steam circus proprietor. Nice pocket square and tie match up Fred, well done sir!

In 1808 the inventor, Richard Trevithick, developed a new locomotive he called Catch Me Who Can. In the summer of 1808 Trevithick erected a circular railway or steam circus in Euston Square in London. During the months of July and August people paid a shilling a time to ride in a carriage pulled by Trevithick's locomotive. Trevithick had plenty of volunteers to ride on Catch Me Who Can that could travel at speeds of 12 mph (19 kph). However, the weight of the locomotive caused the rails to break and he was forced to bring the experiment to an end

In 1808 the inventor, Richard Trevithick, developed a new locomotive he called Catch Me Who Can. In the summer of 1808 Trevithick erected a circular railway or steam circus in Euston Square in London. During the months of July and August people paid a shilling a time to ride in a carriage pulled by Trevithick's locomotive. Trevithick had plenty of volunteers to ride on Catch Me Who Can that could travel at speeds of 12 mph (19 kph). However, the weight of the locomotive caused the rails to break and he was forced to bring the experiment to an end

Minnesota, Science teacher 1970. The train is officially of the style track. I think of these as the LOST years. Bad color, tie as wide as the Mississippi, plaid pants, mercy, mercy me.

Minnesota, Science teacher 1970. The train is officially of the style track. I think of these as the LOST years. Bad color, tie as wide as the Mississippi, plaid pants, mercy, mercy me.