1. suitupweird:

    Inspiration | Ties | Wear It Weird

    (via gqstyleguide)

     
  2. (via Homage to John Hitchcock | Parisian Gentleman)

    Anderson & Sheppard’s legendary tailor retiring after more than 50 years. Written by his son, Steven Hitchcock on August 28, 2014…on John’s birthday.

     
  3. footgear:

    Scarpe di Bianco

     
  4. (Source: mugenstyle, via ianwarrington)

     
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  6. gouts-d-un-buveur-de-the:

    Le goût des souliers : Gaziano & Girling…

    (Source: gazianogirling, via hello-fedor)

     
  7. suitsupply:

    Keep your wardrobe pressed & ready to wear with our versatile suit bag. http://bit.ly/1jE5HAK

    (via tommiparre)

     
  8. voxsart:

    American Dudes.

    Edward G. Robinson and Humphrey Bogart.

    (via wthw)

     
  9. wellwornwornwell:

    Salvador Dali, 1933 by Brassaï

    his own style

     
  10. Viola Milano “Grass” seven-fold untipped cashmere tie & handrolled “Sea Pattern” pocket square

     
  11. voxsart:

    1968.

    Robert Wagner and Fred Astaire.

    (via hlckwok1)

     
  12. ineedmoreties:

    somersetbond:

    OHMSS Prince of Wales

    Three things that I love in this movie: George Lazenby’s suits, the set locations and, of course, Diana Rigg.

    (via hlckwok1)

     
  13. theniftyfifties:

    Cary Grant

    Notice that all four buttons on the cuff remain buttoned…In the world of elegance—quality is assumed, so no need to demonstrate that your cuff buttons work.

    (Source: pinterest.com, via treviorum)

     
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  15. footgear:

    Мало кто знает, что монки с двумя пряжками изобрели сапожники John Lobb в 1944 году. 

    Translation: Few people know that the Monk with two buckles was invented by shoemaker John Lobb in 1944.