Sunday, September 11, 2011


The 75 Best Dressed Men of All Time




Cary Grant, smooth operator,
Cary Grant, smooth operator, taught the world that there is
no substitute for good tailoring, and that there is no better
tailoring than the  kind found on Savile Row.
Esquire's 75 best dressed men ever

This is something worth checking out.  Some of these guys are naturals and others you may be surprised to find here.  My favorites are posted here.

Click the link to view the entire list Esquire's 75 Best Dressed Men of All Time



Al Pacino as Michael Corleon, gangster.
Al Pacino as Michael Corleon, gangster. An
important lesson in personal style. If you
want to look  important, dress important.




Marlon Brando, because he wore the clothes
Marlon Brando, because he wore the clothes - not the
 other way around.
 
 


Hugh Hefner - Playboy, the former Esquire
Hugh Hefner - Playboy, the former Esquire
editor epitomized mid-century swagger with
 suits, skinny ties, and his ever-present pipe.


Fred Astaire, “People think I was born in
Fred Astaire, “People think I was born in
top hat and tail.” He could dance like no one
else, and he always looked really good at it.





Al Capone, gangster this pinstripe suits, loved polka  dots.
Al Capone, gangster this pinstripe suits, loved polka  dots.
  He used clothing to express his larger than life  personality.



Sean Connery as James Bond
Sean Connery as James Bond,  nobody made
it look easier. 



Muhammad Ali, heavyweight champion of the world
Muhammad Ali, heavyweight champion of the world
 as much precision with his suiting as he did in the ring.