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Attached are a few short paragraphs from a late-Twenties issue of LITERARY DIGEST recalling the highly unproductive dress-reform movement and the frustrating nature of the human male in most matters sartorial:

"The male is a shy creature, and has always been particularly fearful of appearing conspicuous" and yet "it seems to be universally agreed upon that male dress at the present time is the most unhygienic, inartistic, somber, and depressing form of costume that the mind could well imagine. But the difficulty is to get the idea of a brighter, more hygienic, and picturesque attire into the mind of the mere male."

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The Dress-Reform Movement and Male Attire (Literary Digest, 1929)

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