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    Perfectly Suited: A History of Mens Suits Infographic | Raddest Men's Fashion Looks On The Internet: http://www.raddestlooks.net

  • Sue Kumar

    Power suits came into fashion in the 1980s thanks to style icons like Richard Gere, Michael Douglas, and Don Johnson. See how suits have changed since 1980s fashion, 80s fashion, 1980s style, 1980s fashion trends, 1980s fashion history, 1980s fashion pictures, 1980s fashion men, fashion 1980s, 1980s womens fashion, the 1980s fashion, 1980s punk fashion, 80s fashion trends, 80s fashion men, 80s mens fashion, 80s fashion women, 80s disco fashion

  • Filip Černý

    Clark Gable, Henry Fonda, and the Duke of Windsor were all popular fashion icons in the 1930s. That is because they wore loose-fitting coats and trousers that tapered at the ankle. Read about other trends on this infographic from a men’s suit tailor in Manhattan. #maximum for #men

  • Antonio Arrieta

    Perfectly Suited: A History of Men's Suits Infographic #gentleman #menswear

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