That dog always manages to get in at least one photo.
FDR was another well dressed politician, and he sported numerous linen and seersucker suits over his career. I tried to find a photo of him wearing linen or seersucker, but I was not able to find one(the summer photo above is the best I could find). I viewed images of FDR wearing such attire on his many biographical videos. FDR also wore bow ties, a signet ring, and he kept his famous cigarette holder handy at all times.
Finally, John Warner is an example of a modern day politician with style. This is a photo of the senator at a horse race, and he is dressed perfectly. Warner still currently wears well tailored suits in the US Senate, and he always displays a pocket square. The only criticism I have is sometimes they match :( Regardless, when comparing the good senator to his collegues, he towers above them in the world of classic fashion.
Eva Green: Casino Royale
Credit: Teen Vogue
Okay, Natalie is at the beach, but she looks like she might be going to a lawn party!
One more photo of Natalie, the perfect lawn party girl.
Library Armchair in Leather ( A must for every library)
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Couldn't resist posting Grace!
President Taft was a Bonesman
Unfortunately, it was not a restful weekend for me this week. I was busy with an award presentation, and speaking engagements. I began the weekend wearing a navy blazer, club tie, and gray flannels for my casual Saturday events. I also decided to see what the queen was up to while having eggs and sugar cured ham for breakfeast on the deck. When speaking to groups, always make sure you are the best dressed person in the room. Now, this does not mean you should over do it by trying too hard. Simply wear well cut clothes, and groom well. If you are the main attraction, it helps to look like a million bucks. The audience might actually listen to you!
After examining the photo, I thought I had a stain on my lapel. No worries, it was just the lighting. No stain! Anyway, when I had this suit made, I chose to add peak lapels and a ticket pocket. Peak lapels are classic, and I think they add a little something extra to a single breasted suit. All events went well, and I had a thousand old ladys kiss me on the cheek. If you are wondering about Sunday's wardrobe, I plan to post that outfit tomorrow. I wore my new gray flannel double breasted suit for perhaps the last time this season. It deserves a post dedicated to it alone :)