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15 Fashionable Movies for Men

Written by admin, Friday, June 27th, 2008 in Fashion, Movies and Music, The Style Guide

Thanks to the forumers, we will soon be launching a new section, “Doing it Right”, with a selection of pictures showing men an women doing fashion right. Before we begin examining individuals, it’s time to talk movies- and Well Cultured has made a list of 15 fashionable movies from across Hollywood that exemplify damn good Men’s fashion.

The Blues Brothers (1980)

The Blues Brothers (1980)
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The Blues Brothers was a movie that brought the old southern blues to the American public- but moreso, it brought a unique style that is still classic to this day. The Blues Brothers made the skinny tie, fedora, and Ray Ban Wayfarer combo famous. While somewhat outplayed to this day, The Blues Brothers nonetheless created a style entirely it's own.

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4 Responses to 15 Fashionable Movies for Men

  1. Thatismynoodle says:

    Major props for Reign Over Me. Glad to see some of the focus being taken off of suits.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Glad to see Doctor Who/Tennant on the list. I always thought he was stylish.

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  4. Anonymous says:

    You keep getting style’s wrong, you always call 80’s style 90’s style. Learn your era’s of fashion.

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