You Cannot be a Proper English Gentleman if you are an American..?

I suppose that you cannot be a proper English Gentleman if you are American and live in America; specifically West of Boston, beyond Concord, in a modest country house at the edge of the woods.

However, you can be the American equivalent. But what exactly are the attitudes, habits, values, aspirations, possessions that go into this? What makes a man classic? Without limiting ourselves, let’s explore this together in this blog.

What can you expect in the days, weeks, and years to come? Discussions on clothes, histories, food, travel, Tweed, England, Style Icons, Prep, vintage items, English television shows, and so much more.

What do you think marks a Proper American Gentleman?

“I shall meet you outside the railway station, you shall know me by the cut of my clothes and the smell of my cologne.” -Sting



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