Okay, so when I talk about costuming, I mostly talk about women's fashion because (let's face it) men's fashion doesn't really change all that much and for the most part looks pretty similar. But I shan't neglect the men! So this post is dedicated to the different men's fashion in period dramas.
|Sir Percy, the best dressed guy at the party!|
|Wow, the man really can't tie his own cravat! :-p|
|Well, with 10,000 a year, you would dress well too!|
|Mr. Knightley doesn't need to get his hair cut in London and is still better dressed than Frank Churchill!|
|An outfit fit for a king! (Okay, so Albert was never king, but you get my point! ;-) )|
|Couple of nice dressed gentlemen here (though Cavaletto could use a haircut; maybe Frank Churchill can point him to a good barber?)|
|Perfect suit for a flower show!|
|"I remember the time when I liked a red coat myself very well—and, indeed, so I do still at my heart"|
Let's have a round of applause for period drama men! Who do you think is the best dressed man in the room?