Originally Posted by Tck13
That's a good word for it. A "hard" part. That's what I think I'm talking about. Everybody's hair "parts" or falls to one side (well, just about everybody's I guess) and that I wouldn't really consider a part.
I'd agree it's classic but I just don't see it being worn in the real world. I definitely see it a lot in print for more glamorous pics but I just don't and haven't seen it in real life for many years.
I'd say that style would be VERY conservative today. Maybe those left behind in the Banking Industry?
Not conservative back in the day (Cary Grant, Duke of Windsor). Back then it was considered stylish and modern. (? I think ?) I don't believe those men would have been considered conservative.
I see it a lot here in LA, both of the lawyer-types I work with and among the younger, decidedly non-lawyerish folks as well (the "barrista" who usually serves my morning coffee comes to mind). Seems like a pretty normal way to wear your hair if it's relatively short.