Esteemed author A Lounger wears many hats, but a haberdasher he is decidedly not.
We return to the wealth of Victorian vitriol offered by our friend A Lounger in his indispensable book The Gentleman's Art of Dressing with Economy, this time to learn all he has to say on 19th century footwear.
We return to the Victorian self-help guide to learn how to select the most fashionable and economical wardrobe of waistcoats and trousers, with perhaps a few hints as to the true identity of the mysterious author A Lounger At Clubs.
We return to The Gentleman's Art of Dressing with Economy by A Lounger at the Clubs to hear this mysterious author's thoughts on coats. From antimacassars to fundaments to the humble origins of Orlando Bloom's career, it's a refreshingly shade-tastic journey through Victorian fashion.
A fashionable wardrobe for the discerning gentleman need not be expensive! Please enjoy this whimsical Victorian self-help book, with tips such as: always pay cash, consider occasionally dampening your trousers with a wet sponge, and brush the street filth off your clothes before it rains!