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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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776 comments

  1. Sheldon Taylor

    Please do the American Gigolo and New Jack City films. The scene where Richard Gere laying out his clothes while listening to Smokey Robinson is classic

  2. Lex

    Would be great to see a review of The Tenth Victim with Marcello Mastroianni and Ursula Andress. Mastroianni’s attire is simple but iconic. It’s been difficult to nail down his sunglasses!

  3. William Kennedy

    Hey love the site, i think the films power with richard gere, thomas crown affair with brosnan, JFK kevin costner all have beautiful wardrobes. Check out power if you haven’t seen it, beautiful suits and a great watch.
    Greeting from Ireland
    Be well !

    • Esh

      Please do Christian Bale as Bruce Wayne from the Dark Knight Trilogy. He has some classic suits from the movie and streetwear as well.

  4. Bruce

    Please cover Russ Tamblyn as Riff in West Side Story. Thanks so much for your wonderful work!

  5. Rob Sundquist

    I know he was the villain, but Rene Belloq sports a terrific linen suit ensemble in Raiders of the Lost Ark. Plus it’s the film’s 40th anniversary.

  6. Bruce Ozga

    Mike Connors as Joe Mannix. Dodge Dart GTS and Plymouth ‘Cuda convertibles for Car Week!

  7. Nathan Luis Manuel A. Asanias

    I suggest making more content on the outfits from Murder on the Orient Express (2017) as well as Death on the Nile (once it comes out). I think Maigret (2016-2017) and Suits (2011-2019) are good TV Series with decent style to discuss as well.

  8. RM

    Just leave a few suggestions from my summer viewing:
    Will Graham (William Petersen) from Manhunter (1986), his wardrobe is so disjointed, it’s like they told him to wear a jacket and tie like his FBI colleagues, so he went to the store and bought the first thing that fit.
    Johnny Clay (Sterling Hayden) from The Killing (1956) has a nice line in tweed, especially that patch pocket sport suit.
    Mike (Robert De Niro) and from Nick (Christopher Walken) The Deer Hunter (1978), really iconic looks here, if you can get through the wedding scene…, the hunting clothes, the uniform with overcoat which makes me think of Metal Gear Solid, Mike’s Saigon suit vs Nick’s pristine white bush shirt with red bandana etc
    And finally another Agatha Christie adaptation, Ten Little Indians with Oliver Reed and Richard Attenborough, it’s 1974 so fashion is dancing on the border of good taste, but that taste, still enjoyable.

    • luckystrike721

      Perfect timing with these! I just watched Manhunter last night… I was debating whether or not to take screenshots, but it was hard to get cohesive looks at Peterson’s fits so I ultimately just settled in to enjoy my first-time watch.

      The Killing was also on my watch list last night, and I would have put it on if I hadn’t elected to go to bed instead — that said, it’s probably on the docket tonight and I’ll make a note to consider Hayden’s tweed… perhaps in time for some #Noirvember posts!

      Love all these ideas; I believe I have The Deer Hunter and all the Ten Little Indians adaptations on DVD, so I’ll dig them out. And I’m sure you’ve observed that I can be pretty comfortable waltzing—or hustling, if you will—across that border of good taste 😉

  9. Karl McTaggart

    Would love to see something done on David Duchovny’s wardrobe as Fox Mulder in the X-Files. What a part of the ’90s that show was, and he wore some very ’90s suits and ties while investigating aliens and the ubiquitous “monster of the week.”

  10. Sonny

    I recently did a rewatch of an old favorite: My Favorite Year (1982), directed by a former subject of your fine site, Richard Benjamin. Having not seen this film in over ten years – and certainly not since discovering BAMF Style – I viewed it having forgotten more than I remember, and with a more appreciative eye for the sartorial.

    And WOW is all I can say.

    If you haven’t already, I would highly recommend watching it. I’m sure you’ll agree there is an abundance of wonderful looks ranging from the swashbuckling Alan Swann, to the demure Benjy Stone, to the shockingly hard-boiled King Kaiser.

    Enjoy.

  11. Mike

    I know it’s probably outside of the scope of BAMF, but I would LOVE to see te style of blues singer Brother Tito Deler covered here!

    • luckystrike721

      Great idea, and thanks for sharing this wonderful work you’ve done! I still haven’t seen this movie (though I’ve heard it’s very powerful), and I love these ’50s suburban/workwear looks. This will be a great resource as I look to seeing a place to start on putting a potential post together.

  12. Joseph C.

    Suggestion: Twilight Zone! Mr. Rod Serling himself had some amazing suits on there, but if that’s not enough material since he’s usually not on screen for very long, there’s still a lot of great looks to choose from. A good place to start would be some of the outfits in the most well-known episodes, such as Walking Distance, Nightmare At 20,000 Feet, or The Eye of the Beholder (the “ugly” man).

    Alternate suggestion: The Wire.

    Absolutely love your blog – thanks for all your hard work.

  13. Olga

    Thank you for your website! I am a big fan. Was rewatching the mesmerising Conversation (1974) with Gene Hackman and was wondering what is the significance of his rain coat (?) – not sure I am using the right term for this item though. It is the light silver gray transparent one, not that he is wearing other coats in this movie. But it absolutely captured my attention.

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