I pinned this to my Americana board because I think this represents American culture and history because America was the one to pioneer into the fashion world and come up with jeans for the working man and its also funny to see how much jeans have evolved in America back then they were for working men like farmers, miners, ect and they were so cheap, you could get them for a dollar and some cents but now famous people wear them now and now they can cost up to hundreds of dollars.
The eighteenth century monied male was often a peacock, eager to display his taste and wealth, and fond of lavishly decorated or patterned fabrics, and bright striking colours. The usual outfit remained the three piece suit of coat, waistcoat and breeches until 1800, when trousers began to replace breeches. Fashionable suits were usually plain woollen facecloth for practical urban or rural wear; woven silks for more formal evening occasions; and highly trimmed and embroidered silk satins and…
Wearing a crew neck jumper, brown lace-ups and just-the-right-side of distressed jeans to the La Maison Remy Martin members club in London. This is dressed-down done right.%0AVote for Idris Elba to win GQ Readers’ Best-Dressed Man in Britain here.
Sik Silk - Flannel Long Sleeve Tee - Black & Oatmeal | Here at UC HQ we love this ombre tee from Sik Silk, it has that premium relaxed look that we all want for AW16 - head over to Urban Celebrity to get yours now!
The Top Fashion Apps for Londoners - the only list you need to know to dress to impress in the UK capital, by The Culture Trip http://theculturetrip.com/europe/united-kingdom/england/london/articles/the-top-fashion-apps-for-londoners/
I love both these styles of coats; firstly to the left we have a fur collar Parker - you cant really go wrong with this style jacket, perfect for stylish guys who wants that quirky edge. On the right - a fur lined and collar denim jacket, personally I love a guy in a denim jacket showing off the authentic feel, vintage is everything.