lol whatever works
It'll work, but that'll cost you $50 extra.
10s-50s. No fixed period, I tend to waft around between Edwardian and postwar.
a very good look
My wife claims I was born 30 or 40 years too late, in '69.
I must admit, I prefer jazz, I think the greatest disservice done to the male of the species was when Kennedy stopped wearing hats, and I realize that this isn't my world or Bono's world or Sting's world or even Dave Grohl's world, it's Sinatra's world, we're just lucky enouhg to live in it.
thats what got me in to the 50s love the music
very nice time for clothes
Well fitted professional dress casual - Oxford Shirts, (no tie), Dress pants or Chinos, and polished shoes.
Or Well fitted casual - Polo Shirt or Oxford Shirt with Indigo 501 Denim, with brogues.
Or Graphic T-Shirts and Blue or Black Jeans.
Not sure what era(s) that style is.
Currently I have a tightly hair cut and tightly trimmed beard in a Neo-Victorian style, but nothing else is particularly Steampunk.
loving your look
Not really too sure about the exact time frame of my style. But I usually wear the following:
Shoes - Converse or brown leather casual? slip ons.
Pants - dark blue jeans, tan cords, or red colored pants.
Shirts - In the winter usually a cardigan or another type of sweater under my jacket. I usually wear a peacoat or puffy vest. In the summer it's a polo or a casual button up shirt.
I'm still trying to define a style so I know this is a lot mixed together.
http://www.wallz.eu/photo/451090/Landsknechten.jpg For some reason that I cannot explain, I have always been fond of 16th century German (HRE) but I am not quite crazy enough to wear it daily. I could hardly wear it to some Rennfaires.
Authentic Western wear is my next favorite. What the other 98% of the folks living on the frontier wore who did not watch the south end of a north bound cow for a living. These are surprisingly tough, comfortable American made clothes but every time I wear them locally one or more people has stopped me to ask if I am a politician(?)
My daily work clothes are the height of current boring. Dress slacks, short or long sleeve shirts, black plain toed shoes, etc... Sadly this work/church/meeting dress has taken over my closet and even blue jeans feel odd now. (At least I still get to wear uniforms sometimes.) It is bad when you envy the crazy people who will wear anything.
http://farm3.staticflickr.com/2531/3715448903_1f10356c78_s.jpg One of our colorful local souls.
I love the Landsknecht look also. Good time for men to be peacocks. There was a time I was working on getting my hard and soft SCA kit to match 16C Germany.