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Ford’s most memorable brush with sartorial fame, he writes, was when he entered Esquire’s 2009 competition for the magazine’s Best Dressed Real Man.
WHY THE TAILORED SUIT — NOT RUFFLES AND LACE — BECAME SYNONYMOUS WITH POWERROBIN GIVHANMAY 21, 2021WASHINGTON POST
This sartorial shift also makes plain the challenges that women in power continue to face.
WHY THE TAILORED SUIT — NOT RUFFLES AND LACE — BECAME SYNONYMOUS WITH POWERROBIN GIVHANMAY 21, 2021WASHINGTON POST
We are still in the times of the upstanding ruff; we are watching, like sartorial gardeners, for the droop of this linen flower.
ENGLISH COSTUMEDION CLAYTON CALTHROP
The action was everything; the sartorial accessories were as they might be and were and frequently still are.
SUNDRY ACCOUNTSIRVIN S. COBB
He returned with a dark young man, whose sartorial perfection left nothing to be desired.
JUST AROUND THE CORNERFANNIE HURST
He advanced and recognized Snorky Green's red choker tie, which was particularly dear to his young sartorial fancy.
SKIPPY BEDELLEOWEN JOHNSON
Gordon Makimmon, with secret dissatisfaction, compared himself with this sartorial model.
MOUNTAIN BLOODJOSEPH HERGESHEIMER
Harry was a complete picture of sartorial elegance, according to his own dreams.
THE CROSS-CUTCOURTNEY RYLEY COOPER
Somebody—he must have been a tailor, or with sartorial proclivities—has said that there is a silver lining to every cloud.
THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY, VOLUME 17, NO. 100, FEBRUARY, 1866VARIOUS
The touch of rusticity, here and there, did not suffice to spoil the sartorial sparkle of the smart majority.
THE IMITATORPERCIVAL POLLARD

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