You can tell a lot about a man by his clothing choices; so why not choose one that oozes style? For fall 2010, it’s all about “suiting-up”, literally.
Designers, and apparently film makers, have been in a 1930’s mood- and you know what, I couldn’t be happier. There’s something about the fashions of the 30’s I absolutely love, especially during the Harlem Renaissance.
Tailored paints and jackets lay perfectly on the body; not being “tight”, but “fitted”. Seriously, what’s the problem with wearing clothes that fit?? Nothing.
Author Eric Musgrave didn’t think so either; his coffee table book “Sharp Suits” will be available in the US next year, showcasing historical men’s fashions of the time- particularly the suit. Brands including Ferragamo, Gucci, Chanel, and the like are whipping out those old sketches and putting a modern twist on the classic. I say you take heed- there’s noting wrong with dressing for success. Just make sure those tailored pants come long enough. ~ C.M.