Let’s Dress Up!

01/17/2015 — 1 Comment

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I have decided to kick it up a notch, in the way I dress.

I’ve recently been looking at photos from the by gone era of the thirties and forties and the first thing I noticed is how good people looked. They were so stylish and pretty!

I’m going to take it back to 1943 when men wore suits, hats and ties. Although I was not born yet in 1943 I have always enjoyed and admired they way people dressed in that era! I have all I need hanging in my closet and sitting in my jewelry box.

So the next time you see me watch out because I will be pressed to the max and strutting my stuff! I’m also going to begin to go dancing again. The lady and I will be seen twirling and kicking to every big band we can fing around lA. What the hell, why not have some fun?

I used to love to sit and watch my dad get dressed up on Saturday nights and I want to recreate that era in my life. I recommend that you do the same Guys and Dolls. looking good, smelling good and feeling good, That’s the ticket! s

I am kip Addotta and I’ll see you on the dance floor!

Please comment on this at my web site http://www.kipaddotta.com/

Thank you

 

One response to Let’s Dress Up!

  1. Mr. Adam Schwartz 02/02/2015 at 02:59

    I’ve been dressing up for years. I do it partly as a rebellion against the way so many people dress like slobs. It’s a way of looking like a grown-up in an increasingly juvenile society. It speaks of tradition in a society that is obsessed with the moment. And it just looks nice to wear a necktie. (I get many compliments.) I buy most of my ties at vintage stores and Goodwill. Long before the vogue for narrow ties, I was trying to look like Sgt. Joe Friday on Dragnet. On some occasions I wear a bow tie and the last time I did, a 20ish woman told me how “cool” I looked. Modern life has become so coarse and vulgar; I try to bring back good things from the past in my own little way.

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