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4 Ways To Embrace The Newest Trend: Pattern On Pattern

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FASHION HISTORY: The Roaring Twenties

Men (at least the highly fashionable ones) wore many accessories in the 1920s. Notice the different types of hats (here we see fedoras, straw boaters, and Newsboy hats). Canes were popular accessories as well as small rings, tie pins, and collar pins.

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This man communicates a clear message of position, power, personality, wealth, importance, good taste and a strong business acumen. In this case, the man has managed to communicate his persona that in many ways defines who he is, without requiring him to speak a word.

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Morning Coats

Morning Coat Real morning dress, except with a bow-tie. Should be a tie or cravat.

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Edwardian males - As seen in the picture, men's day dress consisted of a single breasted morning coat, waist coat, trousers, cravat, and top hat or bowler.

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New Mayfair Edwardians / Norman Parkinson (1950)--but some men still dressed like this in 1963 when I first visited London.

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Still one of my favourite outfits from 2016! I think this my 1st in the year. I was proud to be one of the 1st to wear SS16 pieces by @dgnakofficial & @dlyletreasure of course by @victoriametaxas . . . #dgnak #dgnakbykangd #dlyletreasure #paulsmithdesign #undergroundshoe #blackeyewear #streetstyle #londonblogger #londoninfluencer #digitalinfluencer #contemporarystyling #lfwm #ukblogger #ukinfluencer #londonstreetsyle #2016 #2k16

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