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Discussion in 'General Attire & Accoutrements' started by Biltmore Bob, Apr 25, 2005.
Italian actor Giancarlo Giannini in the 1970s
Moustache today still looking nice!
then we have this but this is too much
I personally do not like this.
I'm no expert but...then you have Sam Elliot ... and I think his moustache looks very good to my humble eye...
I feel the two above oictures prrfectly illustrate the difference between a man with a mustache and eccentric dress up
Sam doesn't look right without his moustache--I couldn't get used to missing it in Justified. I'd be the same way as I've had mine since I was 16 y.o.!
On second thought ...sometimes a bit of eccentricity can look very, very nice too!
Dali would not be Dali without his moustache. He had the most amazing eccentric moustache!
He started as a young man in the 1930s with a pencil moustache...
to graduate to bigger moustaches!
....and then came fame and fortune! I do like surrealist Salvador Dali! a lot!
World War II and Vietnam fighter ace BrigGen Robin Olds (1922-2007)
These two won their respective categories in the World's a couple of yrs ago.
Love the early Victorian beards & stache.
Comedian Eric Morecambe (1926-1984) and his "football moustache," so called because, as he put it, there was only "eleven on each side."
Well, Engels is one of the godfathers of facial hair.
Though not of the same magnitude, Trotsky didn't look too bad himself:
I remember always confusing him with Colonel Sanders.
Fridtjof Nansen,Norwegian explorer, (1861- 1930)
Later in life
very nice! ^^
Here .....it's Australia ....and it's cricket... and it's Merv Hughes back then.....
fair dinkum my friends! heheheeh...... yes yes yes
Merv Hughes today, still wearing his famous moustache with pride.
Great stache with a big goat.