On the attached PDF you will learn that bad taste is not simply relegated to our own time, but has haunted the sons of Adam since he took up residence on that cheap realty situated just east of Eden.
Herein you will find notes and drawings that were set forth by the fashion editors of VANITY FAIR magazine regarding the essential rules of masculine attire in the early Twentieth Century:
"VANITY FAIR believes the time has come to describe in the pages of the Well Dressed Man Department, some of the things which are not correct to wear as well as those which meet the dictates of good taste. On these pages, therefore, will be found sketches and descriptions of some of the Don'ts as well as some of the Do's of dress."
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