Every time has its fashion. And every fashion goes back to the past. Often, looks develop in retrospect that stand as a fixed image for a time or a trend. My look is inspired by the style of the 30s. Wide trousers, suspenders and hat.

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30s Style

There are styles that immediately trigger certain associations. They are characterized by films and pictures. My outfit reminds me of Mafia boss Al Capone and takes up stylistic elements from his time. Elegance and high-quality outfits shaped the image of this time. The extremely wide pants are from Diesel Black Gold and play casually around my legs. The checkered fabric and the wide pleats create a great look. My lace-up boots from G-Star match my outfit perfectly in colour and style. The blue boots are made of fabric and combined with leather at the edge, which reminds me of the gaiters from the time. In addition I combine a simple business shirt by Emporio Armani, which takes up the colors of the trousers. For the 30s look, of course, the matching accessories should not be missing: suspenders, bow tie and hat. I also wear a men’s clutch made of black leather. An elegant outfit in the style of the 30s. You can also create a retro fashion look with modern clothes!Capone-Style-Hut-Diesel-Hose-Hosentraeger-Malefashion-Trend Capone-Style-Hut-Diesel-Hose-Hosentraeger-Malefashion-Trend Capone-Style-Hut-Diesel-Hose-Hosentraeger-Malefashion-Trend Capone-Style-Hut-Diesel-Hose-Hosentraeger-Malefashion-Trend Capone-Style-Hut-Diesel-Hose-Hosentraeger-Malefashion-Trend Capone-Style-Hut-Diesel-Hose-Hosentraeger-Malefashion-Trend Capone-Style-Hut-Diesel-Hose-Hosentraeger-Malefashion-Trend Capone-Style-Hut-Diesel-Hose-Hosentraeger-Malefashion-Trend Capone-Style-Hut-Diesel-Hose-Hosentraeger-Malefashion-Trend

Shop the look:
Trousers: Diesel Black Gold | Shirt: Emporio Armani| Suspenders: Topman | Bowtie: G-Star | Hat: Stetson | Boots: G-Star | Clutch: Moss Copenhagen

Photos by Simon Retzmann (Ragnarion Rabenjunge)

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