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“I wore a pretty great tux in To Catch A Thief. Will you be doing a post on that anytime soon?”

I’m always looking for new BAMF Style content ideas, so if you’re ever watching a film or TV show and think, “Hey, that BAMF has great style…” you should know where to go.

I try to be as accommodating as I can be to requests. If I have the film or show requested, I’ll get right on it. If I don’t, I head straight for Amazon (or the local DVD Exchange) and start scoping out deals.

Nothing is out of bounds, as long as there’s enough to be covered! If the film is black & white, no worries, I just won’t talk about color.

In the meantime, post below if there is anything you’d like to see on the page and I’ll get to it as quickly as possible! (Or, if you don’t want to be so public about it, shoot an email to thesartorialbamf@gmail.com).

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607 comments

  1. Chris

    Merry Christmas you BAMF! I first discovered your blog about four or five years ago and instantly liked it because I have a lot of the same taste in movies, plus I found out about many movies from your blog. I thought I’d throw out some suggestions if your running low on ideas (not likely I know). Anyway have a great Christmas!
    -Sean Connery’s double breasted riding jacket in The Untouchables.
    -Cary Grant’s gray sport coat from the park scene in Charade.
    -Paul Avery in Zodiac
    -Paul Newman in The Color of Money
    -Robert Shaw in the taking of Pelham 123
    -Mayor Vaughn’s awful/amazing anchor suit in Jaws
    -Bogart in In a Lonely Place
    -Charles Bronson in Mr.Majestyk
    -Richard Roundtree in Shaft
    -Clint Eastwood in White Hunter, Black Heart
    -The Guns of Navarone
    -Warren Oates in Two Lane Blacktop
    -Kevin Costner in A Perfect World
    -James Garner in The Rockford Files
    -Matthew Mccaunahey in True Detective

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  2. Etienne

    Hi, first I want to say that I really love this website, so thank you!
    Second, I want to make a suggestion:
    Michael Corleone in Godfather II
    I would love to know the more casual styles (polo under blazer, etc.)

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  3. Chris

    If you ever start a “badass cardigan” series start with Burt Lancaster in “The Train.” The guy fights Nazis and saves France’s national heritage in a cardigan.

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  4. Vegas Fredo/ Chris T

    Please do Fredo’s Vegas attire in The Godfather, I’m so obsessed with it I started s Facebook page for it called Fredo Corleones fashion choices.

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  5. Craig D'Alessandro

    Hey Bamf!

    Can you do a review of the get up Charlie Weber (as Frank Delfino) has in the Episode “hello raskolnikov” from Season 1 of How to get Away With Murder” I’m really trying to find the coat he wears under his pea coat!

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  6. Cruz

    Visiting the great white north of Alaska next summer and would love to know more about Liam Neeson’s Dope beanie and sweater combo in “The Grey”.

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  7. Nico

    Hello BAMF style,

    Would you be able to give a rundown of some of Tom Cruise’s outfits in Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation. He wears some great casual and dressed down suits in the film. Ghost Protocol as well. Thank you!

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  8. Keith

    Happy New Year BAMF! Big fan of your work on this blog. It’s given me some good styling ideas.
    Maybe you can help me with this one. I am interested in your take on Jack Lord’s suit in Dr. No. I have heard it called tropical beige and it cuts a fine look in a tropical climate. Much so that Lord seemed to use the same style/colour suit in Hawaii Five 0.
    If you get a chance can you add this to your no doubt growing request list
    Keep the great work

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    • luckystrike721

      Hi Keith! Happy New Year to you as well, and thank you for the kind words! I’m glad that BAMF Style has been helpful for your own personal style.

      I am a big fan of Jack Lord’s look in Dr. No, and I know the suit you mean – it may have been the only time that Mr. Bond’s ally had truly been his sartorial match on screen! Matt Spaiser of The Suits of James Bond expertly analyzed Lord’s suit in a 2013 post (http://www.bondsuits.com/felix-leiter-the-tropical-beige-suit/). I agree with you that the suiting is a perfect match for the film’s climate and Lord wears it well. I believe you’re right that Lord had revived this look on Hawaii Five-O, and I like your suggestion that I should revisit that classic series for some BAMF Style pots.

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  9. rileybd

    Hey man ; just have to say well done on this blog…truly, this is what us boys need: a shared appreciation for bamfs in suits…your knowledge and passion should inspire guys worldwide, showing that old does not necessarily translate to old fashioned, There’s a lot to learn here.

    There are a few pieces I have always loved to watch in film and I’d like to recommend them if that’s cool, it would be wicked to see them put up to your discerning eye one day:

    . Sonny Corleones navy black double breasted suit in Gfather part 1
    . Young Vito’s brown “revenge suit” in Gfather part 2
    . Fred Astaire Grey Suit in “The bandwagon
    .Edward James olmos in “zoot suit”

    Thanks heaps man and keep up the magic!

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    • luckystrike721

      Thanks so much for the kind words, feedback, and great suggestions! I haven’t seen The Band Wagon or Zoot Suit, but I’m definitely adding those to my list after doing some quick searches. GREAT idea for those suits from the Godfather series; I have been particularly inclined to write about the brown suit young Vito wears when exacting his revenge in GF2. Much appreciated!

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  10. RM

    You know what I’ve always found odd, that Sam Spade from The Maltese Falcon the coolest character in literature; a man described as looking like a blond satan, who sleeps with his partner’s wife AND his client (and in all probability sleeping with his secretary), who hand rolls cigarettes like a machine, never loses his composure, prefers to use his brains over brawn or bullets and is the only person to profit from the events of the story; puts his shoes (which I imagine would be some well used dark brown brogues, perfect for trailing suspects, stakeouts or kicking down doors) on BEFORE his trousers.
    Can you explain this? The allowances of 1929 fashion? Or is he just that badass?

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  11. Tom Joyce

    I’m watching ‘Born Yesterday’s on TCM.
    Judy Holliday won Best actress door her performance.
    William Holden is the male lead. Could you review his suits? There’s a scene where they’re at the National Gallery of Art. He’s wearing what appears to be a light gray suit.

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  12. Andrew Lees

    Hi

    Love this site. Your research is great and always something new to learn. Have you considered The Talented Mr Ripley as a subject? Jude Law is impeccable in this stylish thriller.

    Keep up the good work.

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  13. Adrian Shaw

    Hello there,
    A fan from England here; I’ve been reading your website for years and have always enjoyed it. It’s even put me onto some new things that I wouldn’t previously have paid attention to, such as Justified, which you’ve posted today and of which I have seen all six seasons, and remains one of my favourite ever shows. A particular show which I like and you have not written about is Ray Donovan. The title character is a definite BAMF and someone with a defined style of jackets with jeans, shirts, brogues, Randolph/American Optical sunglasses and his ever-present Omega Seamaster watch. Is there any chance he may feature on your website in the future? In the meantime, please keep up the good work.
    Thank you,
    Adrian Shaw

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  14. Ryan Hall

    Alec Baldwin in the remake of The Getaway (1994), average film, but Baldwin’s clothes were very sharp.

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  15. Joe

    Hey man, the Sherif Jim Hopper from Stranger Things has some pretty banger outfits in the first season. Really cool 70’s vibe.

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  16. gui

    Brand new suggestion:
    Detective Loren vVisser’s Unique and wonderful western suit, in Blood Simple
    Clark Gable cream linen suit in Soldier of fortune (a lot of guns and drinks, i love this movie)
    Kevin Bacon urban-western outfit in Tremors
    Christian Slater rockabilly shirt in True Romance; you could fall in love with this, written by Tarantino and directed by Tony Scott

    Old
    Harrison Ford in Blade Runner
    Paul Newman in Sweet bird of youth (my favorite outfit)

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    • luckystrike721

      Great ideas all around! I’ve had Blade Runner on my list for a while and need to make it a top priority… as with Sweet Bird of Youth, especially now that I know it’s a particular favorite of yours!

      Fun ideas with the rest too, and I’m adding them all to my list!

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  17. RM

    One of my favourite films Pimpernel Smith (1941) the great Leslie Howard plays the eponymous hero with a fine autumnal wardobe.

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    • Sonny

      Hello, Strike!

      I’m a long time reader, several time commenter.

      Today, after enjoying the newest episode of “Archer”, I decided to view my favorite Bond film, “The Living Daylights.” As I usually do, I keyed up BAMF to accompany the film, and enjoyed once again your blog on the gun club check Bond so awesomely and casually wears. Any of your Bond posts generally give me the click bait of your literally Bond, which has been read and reread by yours truely no less than a solid dozen times (Yes, that entire beast of a post!) It got me thinking, just how perfect “Daylights” costuming was.

      Everything Dalton wears in that film is classic Bond, without any of the 70/90s extravagence/snobbery, nor the sausage casings that defined during Craig’s oughts. The tux at the beginning creates a perfect sillhouette, the Eastern Block undercover outfit worn while bringing out Kara is truely perfect, and finally, the outfit that encouraged this rambling request of a reply, the effin Sperrys he wears in Tangiers during his classic 00 assassination mission, which continued in a truely Bondian jet set to Afghanistan.

      Strike, James Bond wore Sperrys! I wear Sperrys! I’d bet a gentleman’s wager that you wear Sperrys! At least 50% of the BAMFs who read your blog probably wear Sperrys! Yet, after a cursory search, there is nary a Sperry documented in all the BAMFs to grace this blog.

      As such, I would like to propose a motion that Bond’s Tangiers Sperry outfit be promptly and thoughly documented by the Chairman of the Board, Mr. Lucky N. Strike, at once.

      Also, not to sound overly whiny; but, I’ve been patiently slobbering over the idea of you watching, loving, and blogging about Fred Forrests portrayel of Dashiell Hammett in “Hammett”, which I humbly requested nearly two years ago. Again, I have tremendous respect for your time and work load; however, with that being said, a junky is a junky is a junky, And I Sir, am a junky for the junk you push!

      Your writing is first class, your humor subtle and sly, and most importantly, your attention to detail (both sartorially, cinimatically, and historically) to be Herodotus-esque. I read BAMFStyle like the Times. Keep ’em coming with all the BAMF that’s fit to print.

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  18. Sonny

    (Accidently posted this above in a fellow BAMF lover’s post. RM, I humbly appologize for hijacking your request)

    Hello, Strike!

    I’m a long time reader, several time commenter.

    Today, after enjoying the newest episode of “Archer”, I decided to view my favorite Bond film, “The Living Daylights.” As I usually do, I keyed up BAMF to accompany the film, and enjoyed once again your blog on the gun club check Bond so awesomely and casually wears. Any of your Bond posts generally give me the click bait of your literally Bond, which has been read and reread by yours truely no less than a solid dozen times (Yes, that entire beast of a post!) It got me thinking, just how perfect “Daylights” costuming was.

    Everything Dalton wears in that film is classic Bond, without any of the 70/90s extravagence/snobbery, nor the sausage casings that defined during Craig’s oughts. The tux at the beginning creates a perfect sillhouette, the Eastern Block undercover outfit worn while bringing out Kara is truely perfect, and finally, the outfit that encouraged this rambling request of a reply, the effin Sperrys he wears in Tangiers during his classic 00 assassination mission, which continued in a truely Bondian jet set to Afghanistan.

    Strike, James Bond wore Sperrys! I wear Sperrys! I’d bet a gentleman’s wager that you wear Sperrys! At least 50% of the BAMFs who read your blog probably wear Sperrys! Yet, after a cursory search, there is nary a Sperry documented in all the BAMFs to grace this blog.

    As such, I would like to propose a motion that Bond’s Tangiers Sperry outfit be promptly and thoughly documented by the Chairman of the Board, Mr. Lucky N. Strike, at once.

    Also, not to sound overly whiny; but, I’ve been patiently slobbering over the idea of you watching, loving, and blogging about Fred Forrests portrayel of Dashiell Hammett in “Hammett”, which I humbly requested nearly two years ago. Again, I have tremendous respect for your time and work load; however, with that being said, a junky is a junky is a junky, And I Sir, am a junky for the junk you push!

    Your writing is first class, your humor subtle and sly, and most importantly, your attention to detail (both sartorially, cinimatically, and historically) to be Herodotus-esque. I read BAMFStyle like the Times. Keep ’em coming with all the BAMF that’s fit to print.

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    • luckystrike721

      Thank you! I really appreciate your kind (and funny) words here – it means a lot to read comments like this. I also enjoy the “Chairman of the Board” title… I wonder if Sinatra wouldn’t mind sharing it with me.

      Your mention of Archer rekindles an early interest I had in featuring the agent’s style in a post here (other than the brief mention he gets when I address Roger Moore’s “tactileneck” in Live and Let Die!) I agree that Mr. Dalton’s approach and particularly his inaugural outing have all the elements of classic Bond that one would hope for. You’ve inspired me to bump up my post about Dalton’s Tangiers outfit from its original planned date in 2020 (yes, I really have to plan that far in advance!) to a 00-7th of the month post to come shortly.

      Ah, Hammett! Please forgive any delinquency on my part in getting this post prominently featured here on BAMF Style. Now that I know how near and dear it is, I will make getting a DVD copy of the film a top priority so we can get some posts happening soon. I really appreciate your enthusiasm for seeing Mr. Forrest’s style featured here.. and it’s no wonder why after my cursory search turns up what appears to be the delightful combination of a classic tweed peak-lapel jacket, double-breasted waistcoat, and dangling cigarette.

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      • Sonny

        Ironically, several years ago, in my very first comment, I made the very suggestion to feature everybody’s favorite animated “vain, selfish, lying, and quite possibly alcoholic man-whore” (to quote his mother!). I’ve always figured there was enough sartorial attention to detail in Archer to fill a few posts, especially when one looks beyond his closet full of black (and slightly darker black) “tactilenecks.”

        I’m very much looking forward to June 7th. I am embarrassed that I even entertained the thought that you hadn’t already seen the value in Bond’s Morrocan mufti, and planned a post accordingly. As much as I look forward to the post, please, do not go through too much trouble on account of me.

        If Hammett proves to be unduly difficult to acquire on DVD, I would be glad to lend you my personal copy.

        Finally, I doubt Frank would mind.

        Cheers!

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  19. Arturo

    Hey bamf! (Sorry for my english ahed but that’s not my native language, i’m italian). I was thinking about Sir Michael Caine in the Ipcress File. The character of Harry Palmer is a classic in spy novels and in is two films. Wish you can talk about him and keep going with the good stuff.

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  20. JAH

    Hi there.
    I do love your work.

    If it inspired you, I found some iconic dreses missing:

    – The Godfather’s tux at the wedding
    – Johnny’s dressing style in The Room
    – Columbo’s rain coat and suit

    Have a nice day

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  21. Jon

    Hi
    Big fan of your site – particularly enjoy your posts on Reilly Ace of Spies, Alfie and other idiosyncratic fashion highlights from film/TV.
    In that vein I was wondering if you could cover the clothes Micky Dolenz was wearing at the beginning of The Monkee’s vanity film project, Head, just before he jumped off the bridge and is rescued by mermaids.
    That combination of suede jacket, knitted T-shirt, corduroy trousers and Adidas trainers is the last gasp of a classic 60s look before all the tie dye and beads kick in.
    Oh, and I’m with Arturo on Harry Palmer, but also the new Edwardian, ex-guards style of Ross and Dalby (.re the scene from Ipcress file in St James Park
    Laters
    Jon

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  22. Bruce Sinclair

    Would love to see details of a couple of sharp suits Gordon Gekko wore in the later scenes in “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps”, there seems to be little info out there…Thanks!

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  23. Jon

    Love this site! It’d be great if you could tackle Damian Lewis’s character in Billions, Bobby Axelrod. He’s got a sorta Hank Moody-esque vibe to him with some of his clothing choices (albeit with more variety…although they both have similar Pumas).

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    • luckystrike721

      Thanks for that suggestion! You’re not the first to mention Bobby Axelrod on Billions to me, which makes me think that I really need to watch this show… and get some screen captures for a blog post ASAP! Let me know if there are any specific outfits/episodes that have caught your attention and I can try to start there for the inaugural Damian Lewis post(s).

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      • Jon

        Great to hear! No specific outfits caught my eye, just the overall aesthetic. I know I’ve seen a few Rag and Bone logos on some of his jeans and long-sleeved henleys (turns out I already owned one!), but apart from that I’m not having much luck. Lookin forward to seeing what you come up with!

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  24. RM

    Probably on your list already since you’re a chap of such good taste but I’ll still suggest Benicio del Toro as Alejandro in Sicario (2015). Always cool and comfortable despite the arid locations. His look in his first appearance is particularly iconic.

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    • luckystrike721

      Excellent suggestion – thank you! I’d been meaning to see Sicario but still hadn’t, unfortunately. My friend Ryan suggested it would make a good post (the very outfit you’re mentioning, I believe) and now your endorsement of that suggestion is knocking it far up in my queue to watch, screencap, and write about. Thanks again!

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  25. Daniel Shenise

    Any thought to reviewing Jeremy Irons in Justice League? Yeah I wouldn’t normally say yeah a guy over 40 looks good in cargo joggers. But I love his lookin this flick. The boots, joggers, military sweater look is amazing to me.

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    • luckystrike721

      Love this idea – thanks for the suggestion! I haven’t seen Justice League yet, but I was just browsing through some images of the look you are describing, and it does look pretty awesome. Adding it to my list!

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      • Omar

        My bad, deleted scenes with Land Rover and Airstream are from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice but same great Alfred style.

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      • Daniel Shenise

        You’ll have to pull screenshots directly from the flick because I’ve hunted around and around the internet to find full body shots and can’t find any. The only couple of shots I’ve seen are the same shoulder up shot over and over. It’s a shame too because there are scenes that are really well lit on the Wayne jet and he looks sharp. I get the inspiration for this take on Alfred, how a retired SAS guy would casually dress and think it’s really cool.

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        • Omar

          This is a link to him cutting wood. Deleted scene but restored for directors cut of BvS. My favorite shot of Irons as Alfred. The Airstream he obviously lives in because of Wayne Manor and the almost hidden Land Rover are awesome. Looks like his cargos are just tucked, not joggers.

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          • Daniel Shenise

            I was thinking the look when he and Bruce were having a conversation on the Wayne Enterprises jet, right after Bruce goes and talks to Aquaman the first time. He’s wearing some blue/gray trousers that may or may not be tucked into his boots. But it’s a solid look, complete with military sweater and chambray shirt and tie.

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    • Omar

      Agreed, Alfred is awesome on this. Great style from his clothes and accessories to his old Land Rover and Airstream from the deleted scene that was restored in the directors cut. Just to get you started, his glasses, which impressively is the exact same pair in both movies as can be seen by the yellow and brown tortoise mix being identical, were made by Old Focals. It’s their version of the old Tart Arnel, worn mostly by Johnny Depp but by many others now, and is the JD model in light tortoise. Only come in one size but they’re great about laying out a few different frames so you can pick the one you want, color mix wise.

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        • Omar

          Cool, he wears that outfit in BvS also. Love the continuity in his character’s style. The scene when Bruce is walking through the burned out Wayne Manor, he’s wearing the blue trousers with the commando sweater, blue shirt, and tie. He’s also wearing later when he’s remotely flying the Batwing. Great look. I’ve looked all over for a matching sweater but no luck.

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  26. John-Michael Rogers

    Good afternoon! Firstly, I’d like to say that your blog is terrific. I first discovered you several years ago when I was going through a heavy Mad Men/60s James Bond phase (which come to think of it hasn’t really waned). Aside from those, I like a many of the movies and shows you. I now pay more attention to everything I watch for style inspiration.

    On that note, the recent trend in power suits and roomier/classic fit clothing got me to thinking about 80s movies and menswear. One of my favorite films is Trading Places and a search on the blog only turned up Axel Foley and Henry Hill’s 80s style. Perhaps if you had the extra time, you could take a look at Dan Aykroyd’s and Eddie Murphy’s suits in that movie? I’m seeing that style of dressing up trickling back. Thank you for your kind consideration.

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    • luckystrike721

      Thanks for the kind words and the excellent suggestion! I agree with your observations about the resurgence of that ’80s arts returning and that there is plenty of great style in Trading Places worth covering here, and I’m adding that to my list. Much appreciated!

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  27. gui

    Dane DeHaan as James Deen in “life”, very beautiful portrait, check out the movie: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2948840/?ref_=nv_sr_7

    Brad Pitt in “Johnny Suede” interesting rockabilly outfit

    John Travolta in Blow Out (in particularly Velvet jacket and red work shirt)

    Spencer Tracy in Bad Day at Black Rock (BAMF certified)

    For car week: Dennis Weaver and his red Plymouth Valiant in Spielberg’s masterpiece “Duel”

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  28. Timothy

    I am curious, from your observations and research, did Carry Grant typically wear calfskin balmorals, or were they shell Cordovan? Thanks for your time and insights!

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  29. Dave

    Hey always loved this blog! Was wondering if you could do a write up on lethal weapon 2 and Riggs? Doesn’t matter which outfit he wore throughout the film anyone will do! Thanks!

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  30. Dave

    Hey always loved this blog! Was wondering if you could do a write up on lethal weapon 2 and Riggs? Doesn’t matter which outfit he wore throughout the film anyone will do! Thanks!

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  31. Dave

    Just want to start by saying, LOVE this blog and website. My favorite action movie is Lethal weapon and I knew a few years ago you did a post on the first movie but I was curious if you could do one on Riggs in Lethal Weapon 2? It can be any outfit from the quicksilver jacket and nikes in the beginning to the letterman jacket and black jeans in the middle of the film. thanks!

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  32. Tom Getty

    Absolutely love this blog. I’ve written in before suggesting that you review Tom Selleck’s wardrobe in the movie Lassiter. It’s from 1984 so a bit on the older side but the wardrobe is classic menswear style. I’d be happy to send you the dvd movie if you’d like. Just let me know where to send it. All the best.

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    • luckystrike721

      Thanks, Tom! From what I’ve seen, you’re quite right – Mr. Selleck in Lassiter looks very debonair indeed.

      I’d hate to put you out of having the DVD, and it looks like the film is now available to rent via Amazon Video, so I think I’ll be able to find it there and get enough material to start posting, hopefully by January!

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  33. ADC

    Hey BAMF! Love your work, used your articles on McCauley’s suits in a paper for a class of mine so thanks! I’d love it if you could do Norman Stansfield’s (Gary Oldman) suit from Leon: The Professional, Agent Smith’s suit from The Matrix, and Vincent Hanna’s suit from Heat.

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  34. Alex dubois

    Hi nick, really love your De Niro in gf2 post. I had a sartorial inquiry I hope you could answer: Do you know the style of jacket De Niro is wearing in his introductory scene in goodfellas when he is hijacking the truck? It’s maroon/burgundy in colour but it’s flat front and collar disqualifies it from being a Harrington jacket. It looks like a cut that was very popular in the 1950’s/60’s but I don’t know the name. Hope all is well, and I hope to see a post on james woods introductory scene in once upon a time in America soon, it’s one of my favourite scenes in film and your analysis is top notch, so it should be very interesting

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    • luckystrike721

      Thanks for the compliments, and I appreciate the question! I believe that Jimmy is wearing a classic example of the gabardine windbreaker that was popular as casual wear grew in popularity in post-WWII America. These jackets came in a variety of styles but were almost always waist-length with a large collar and zip front. Robert Mitchum also wore one in Thunder Road and Johnny Depp’s Paul Kemp wore one in The Rum Diary, both covered on BAMF Style. If you’re looking for one yourself, usually a search for “1940s gabardine windbreaker”, “1950s gabardine windbreaker”, or even “vintage gabardine jacket” should turn up something along these lines. You mentioning this jacket makes me think De Niro’s outfit in this scene would make a good BAMF Style post, as I should probably research it a little more!

      The James Woods outfit in his introductory scene in OUATIA is on my list to feature on BAMF Style soon – stay tuned and thanks for the suggestion!

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  35. George

    James Coburn in Charade
    And every kid in my high school wanted to be Michael Parks in “Then Came Bronson” Leather jacket , navy crew neck sweater over black t . brown cords, boots and navy watch cap – I’ve read wardrobe taken from “Call of the Wild” Tarantino called Parks the greatest American actor https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WLAADyR9WNQ

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