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This is a good thread. Someone should start an American and an Italian version.
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If you google pics of him his style has hardly changed in 40 years. He knows what he likes.

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Here's Prince Michael of Kent. Which is of course more up to date.

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You should have posted the video.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w0DUsGSMwZY

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Thread Starter 
I've oft wondered about this, thanks for the clarification.

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I've lived in England almost my entire life apart from the first year, but I don't think that makes me English!

I consider myself British, but I don't think you can really be English unless you're born here.

However, I do think I've picked up some of their attitude when it comes to clothes.
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Will British kids ever look this sharp again...

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Thread Starter 
Perhaps at out prodding?
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Very nice!
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Ignore the Belgian...







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Ignore the Irishman
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Ignore the South African

er... oh dear!









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Ignore at your peril





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There is (it has often been said) nothing like a dame





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