fine-and-dandy-8 - The Teddy Boys was a 1950s youth subculture in Britain - This is an inspired editorial.

Fine and Dandy

- The Teddy Boys was a youth subculture in Britain - This is an inspired editorial.

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Matheus Ferreira Goes Dandy for Ferry Fashion Editorial

Matheus Ferreira Ferry Dandy Mens Fashion Editorial 2015 012 Matheus Ferreira Goes Dandy for Ferry Fashion Editorial

Everyone's a whore, Grace. We just sell different parts of ourselves. - mens discount clothing, mens fashion clothing online store, sale mens clothing

Everyone's a whore, Grace. - mens discount clothing, mens fashion clothing online store, sale mens clothing - Tap the link to see the newly released collections for amazing beach jewelry!

Edwardian actress Lily Elsie www.lily-elsie.com

edwardian drag FTW (lily elsie, edwardian actress) kinda reminds me of Madame Lefoux from the Parasol Protectorate series by Gail Carriger

Anatol Modzelewski Goes Dandy for Viva Moda

Anatol Modzelewski Goes Dandy for Viva Moda

Polish model Anatol Modzelewski links up with fashion photographer Marcin Tyszka for an inspiring editorial from Viva Moda. Exuding a dandy state of being,

mishatherat:  dimitragkm:   Model : Joanna/VivianC Stylist : Marianna Ptr Hair : Jimbo Sergiou Accessories : Clic Jewels   oh my

dimitragkm: Model : Joanna/VivianC Stylist : Marianna Ptr Hair : Jimbo Sergiou Accessories : Clic Jewels (but don't smoke!

Imgur: The most awesome images on the Internet

The most awesome images on the Internet

Cravat ties. Please note, most examples I have found where people attempt to ties these today come out way messier than what any regency gentleman would have accepted.

MY Mr Knightley: Tying a Cravat

By 1790 the stylish neckcloth increased in such volume as to wholly engulf the shirt collar and encroach on the wearer’s chin. Neckcloths adopted many bizarre forms with equally amusing names.

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