Great Gatsby inspired bridal look. Hair by Natalia Issa. Makeup by Wendy Zerrudo. Photo by Sarah Kate, Photographer.
Roaring Twenties - Inspiration for Great Gatsby Wedding Make-up
Possibly the only deployment of the double breasted suit that I like (Min Hur and Kevin Wang, HVRMINN designers, at a Jazz Age-themed lawn party)
The groom and his boys looking very dapper, from 'A 1920s Jazz Age, Prohibition and Charleston Inspired Vintage Wedding', photographed by http://www.brighton-photo.com/
Martell Campbell: The Great Gatsby Look love the pants
1920′s Fashion for Men: A Complete Suit Guide
The quote, "Americans, while occasionally willing to be serfs, have always been obstinate about being peasantry," is a product of the Lost Generation because Americans would work for low pay but would reject the idea of being broke. (Page 95)
This great statement by these groomsmen is mirrored by our Baja letterpress design. The romantic, vintage feel of smoky rooms and leather suitcases says it all.
The cut of men's suits and jackets varied throughout the 1920s and 1930s. The Sacque suits is traditional and what the average man wore. The saque is an unstructured fit, classic Brooks Brothers. The Oxford suit has a trim jacket with a nipped in waist and very full pants. The "Oxford bag" become popular in 1925 when Oxford University banned the wearing of knickers and plus fours in the classroom. Students loved sporty knickers; extra wide legged pants were made that could be worn over them.
The Great Gatsby (2013) | Brooks Brothers' Gatsby collection inspired by the clothiers collaboration with designer Catherine Martin for Baz Lurhmann's 3D film adaptation.