Last week I blogged about Interior Desecrations, James Likeks book about hideous interior decoration from the 1970s. We've evolved from that time and thank god for that.
This week Maxminimus, natty gent and writer extraordinaire,
has brought us a great post First Car - First Girl,
a reminiscence of his 1970s youth, a time when printed nik-nik shirts and platformed famolare shoes were all the rage for trendy men. Even the Allman Brothers looked bad in nik-nik shirts.
Be sure to read his post.
And today designer/blogger Scott Wood brings us Patrick Grant getting dressed
and proving that at least when it comes to men's fashion,
things have evolved from the sartorially shamefull 70s.
Note Mr. Grant's attention to detail even with the color of his cufflinks and the way that he coordinates the color of his watch strap, belt and shoes.
When it comes to men's fashion I'm unabashedly a trad.
I appreciate well tailored clothes, quality shoes and coordinated colors.
I'm a trad when it comes to men's jewelry too. A watch, wedding ring and cufflinks are all the jewelry, in my opinion, that a man should wear. Even with this limited range there can be plenty of opportunities for a man to show his individualism.
So here are some cufflinks
have at it
And have a Happy Father's!