Jun 01, 2015

How to Dress Like a '20s Mob Boss

Style blogger Anthony Urbano takes inspiration from gangsters of the 1920s and 30s. See his classic look here.

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Taking cues from the original gangsters of the 20s and 30s and dressing to kill (slay?) the haters. Substituted a slim denim jacket and chinos for the typical uniform of oversized pintstripe suits, but kept the fedora for a definite nod to the classic and well-known gangster style. Instead of packing heat, I’ll be bumping that fire track by Jidenna because literally I am obsessed with this song.

Wearing:

H&M (Similar) Denim Jacket // ASOS (Similar) Short Sleeve Turtleneck // Armani Exchange (Similar) Chinos // Florsheim Wingtips // Stetson Hat // Warby Parker Eyeglasses


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tagged h&m, asos, Florsheim, Stetson, Warby Parker