In-Vest In Your Best

In-Vest In Your Best
In the movie Catch Me If You Can , when the young imposter/con man Frank Abagnale sees Goldfinger and sets his sights on impersonating 007, the ejector seat and grille-mounted machine guns on Bond’s Aston Martin aren’t what he insists on getting just right. It’s the three-piece Savile Row suit. A vest on a man goes a long way to making him look suave, confident and powerful without having to revert to gadgets. Consider also Steve McQueen in The Thomas Crown Affair. He’s always the coolest man on the screen and in the caper,  often styling with a gold chain and pocket watch. Part of the charm of a vest—or waistcoat, if you want to put on Anglo airs—is the way it …
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