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The Duke of Windsor's Sartorial Style

His sporting clothes brought out the peacock in him. ''I believe in bright checks for sportsmen,'' he once wrote. ''The louder they are, the better I like them.'' The Duke practically invented co...

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Pecan brown and beige wool Shepherd’s check suit, 1934. Jacket by Scholte of London, trousers/plus-fours by Forster & Sons. Via 42ndblackwatch.com/.

1924 rust Harris tweed golfing suit. Jacket by Scholte of London, trousers by Forster & Sons. Jacket has a convertible collar for cold weather. Trousers “cut high in the waist" and originally supported by an inner elasticated girdle to maintain a looser hang. The hems curve under to fasten to the cotton plus-four lining. Via 42ndblackwatch.com/.

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