Disclaimer: Didn't see this discussed, so here's hoping I'm not starting a redundant thread. I know many on the forum here strive to dress vintage. To an extent, I love the old vintage look and feel. In the way steampunks reinvent the victorian era with modern ideas, I think many reinvent the "mad men" era with modern ideas as well. But what strikes me as wonderful about the way people used to dress was the care that went into the way people presented themselves, and how respect and etiquette was at the heart of it. I don't want a belted back blazer or high waisted trousers. But I want that attention to detail in slim fitting suits, peacoats and yes... fedoras. Today, dressing modern is jeans, t-shirts and running shoes. No longer being 20, I'm trying to refine my look. Since I wear a uniform at work, I tend to dress better on my days off than I do at work. Mostly it means getting clothes that fit properly, but I'm also wearing suits and sport coats, and never leave the house without a hat. Anyone else in the same boat?