Being Cary Grant



“It was Cary Grant’s innate sense
of how to be a man that transcended everything else
beyond his looks and even what he wore.
Obviously the cut of his clothing is incredibly important,
and we can talk all day about how elegant
we could make somebody look,
but if you don’t understand intrinsically
how to behave as a gentleman,
then the finest suits in the world
would do very little for you.”




~ by eaesthete on 05/21/09.

One Response to “Being Cary Grant”

  1. Maybe back in the day it wouldn’t have mattered, but now clothing makes the man. We have apparently just gotten to be this shallow and crappy. oh well.

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