Street Glamour

Real Glamour 19 - The Historical Gent

Men's fashion historial

Mr T  

I was dashing to a job a little unregardingly when I whizzed past T and made him jump. He said he thought for a moment he had two shadows

I said sorry for scaring him and could I take his photo. Hard nosed eh?

T says the way he dresses is inspired by the 1920s and 1940s. I can also see the Edwardian Tie, The 1930s Corduroy Jacket and The Victorian Waistcoat. Isn't that what's so lovely about fashion these days? You can just do what you bloody well want to, pull anything you like from the past and make is Your Style.

T's whole thing is casually elegant and a joy to the eye. Just lovely. This really is someone enjoying what they wear.

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Real Glamour 18 - Ali Hahlo, the answer to the question "Why do Yoga?"

Ali Hahlo yoga teacher in Lewes

Ali Hahlo  

These posts are very much about self-enjoying and I think feeling fit and strong is as good as feeling glamorous.

In Ali's case the two are seriously linked. No one can be that svelte (and that dynamic) without paying attention and Ali dresses as she does everything, beautifully.

Also bumping into her is like bumping into a sunbeam.

Respect, admiration and very pleased to be your round-the-corner and over-the-bridge neighbour.

 

 

 

Real Glamour 17 - Kind and Beautiful Tanja

Tanja

This swan-like creature was enjoying a day out in Lewes and almost certainly the last thing she wanted was some photographer trying to get a photograph. She was lovely about it.

I do enjoy seeing where the fashion people wear on the street has come from, which decade, which century even.

I couldn't place Tanja's look aside from the fact I could see her in Paris, strolling along, long-legged (I had to run a bit down the street to capture the lovely length of her) and just fitting in.

Sheer Elegance.

 

 

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