For the next few weeks, I plan to place emphasis on my choices for the top ten best dressed famous men of all time. Actors, politicians, news anchors, etc. will be the pool that I choose from, and deceased members are fair game as well. I may take periodic breaks to discuss other sartorial measures, but essentially one selection will follow the next. And yes, my choices are ranked in a hierarchical format, with number one being the best.
Today's number ten choice is the late Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan. In addition to serving in the US Senate, Patrick served in successive presidential administrations, and as an ambassador. Patrick grew up as a poor child, but he obviously developed a liking for the Ivy League Style. Patrick sported tweeds, poplin suits, and bow ties on a regular basis. In addition, he held on to this style even in years that did not smile upon its display, and that is another feather in his cap. So again, today's choice is Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan.