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Originally Posted by F. Corbera View Post
I believe it.

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I wish I had a reason to dress like this. Ever.

Find some. Most major charities have at least one black tie gala every year. The after parties I've thrown for these events are about the only occasion I can imagine where I'd be able to get my friends together in dinner dress.

I also like this one of Rick Astley, man that guy has style.

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More Uncle Bill - most of these photos from the late 20's/early 30's





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Whats Rick Astley and whnay. doing at the same party?
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Obligatory 30s Apparel Arts/Esquire illustration ...
A lot of people here hate on these, but their illustrations for evening wear are top notch IMO I like the little peak of the wine colored waistcoat and pocketsquare
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F. Corbera,

A majority of the men you posted are wearing pinkie rings. Did I miss the boat on this trend?!

It comes from the British tradition of getting a young man his signet ring with the family crest , or, initials. You rub the crest across your nose to pick up skin oil before sealing the wax on your personal letters envelopes.
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I will break our a cigar tonight after dinner once the rain lets up in honor of this thread.


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George Sanders for the win, great addiiton.

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George Sanders for the win, great addiiton.

"I'm Addison DeWitt. I'm nobody's fool, least of all yours."
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"I'm Addison DeWitt. I'm nobody's fool, least of all yours."
Addison DeWitt: "You're maudlin and full of self-pity. You're magnificent!" Also wonderful in Rebecca and the Jungle Books.
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It comes from the British tradition of getting a young man his signet ring with the family crest , or, initials. You rub the crest across your nose to pick up skin oil before sealing the wax on your personal letters envelopes.

nice statement, though a lot of my friends do and we're not british...
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