Originally Posted by Baron
I've noticed the same thing - it seems to me that Sterling is wearing his bespoke wardrobe from the post war era, and Draper is wearing more a post Korea wardrobe, and Pete Campbell is wearing a very contemporary early 60's wardrobe, with thinner lapels, shorter pants and jackets and bolder colors. I also noticed that Duck Phillips was wearing odd vests and the occassional tweed jacket when he first joined the firm (and had just come from a stint in London). And now Phillips has settled into more a New York look.
Let's just hope that Mona doesn't do the classic "I am divorcing my husband so I am going to cut all of his nice suits into tatters and spread them on the front lawn."
And damn, poor Freddie! We have never encountered that particular suit problem on this board....