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A Suit That’s All Business

It is one of the most famous suits in movie history. (There were actually six of them made for the production.) Worn by one of the giants of the screen, the grey-blue glen plaid business suit has achieved iconic status … Continue reading

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To Be Best Dressed Be Over 40 and Custom Tailored

It is scarcely a coincidence that not only are most “best-dressed” men more than forty years of age, but also that they rarely, if ever, wear ready-made clothes. For in addition to good looks and clothes sense, they have by … Continue reading

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Casual Elegance Perfected: The Full Collar Roll Oxford Button Down Shirt

The British polo players invented it, with the help of their shirtmakers. Clothing invented for sports and the military always has a place in any stylish man’s closet. John Brooks, one of the brothers, brought it to America and perfected … Continue reading

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