Mr. President || The Best US President Looks

When we think about well-dressed presidents, John F Kennedy set a very high bar with his legendary, effortlessly preppy style. That was until Barack Obama won the US presidential election in 2008.

President Obama has not only become one of the most highly regarded politicians globally, but also the best-dressed American politician in a generation.

John F. Kennedy revolutionized men’s style with his love of two-button suits, Ray-Bans and Ivy League sweaters.


Before him, Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Borsalino Fedora and long cape resembled a dandy detective.


When Dwight D. Eisenhower couldn’t find an Army jacket comfortable and natty enough, he designed his own – Ike Jacket.


What do most men not just in America, but in the entire world have in common? They can seemingly never find a suit to fit them.

In a world of powerful men in pooling trouser hems and knuckle-skimming jacket sleeves. President Obama has been praised for his slim suits, Oliver Peoples sunglasses, and cool confidence in casual wear.


No politics. Just Style.

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Brogues Shoes: Shoe Embassy – Aristocrat, Suit: Ted Baker, Shirt: Brooks Brothers, Pocket Square: Brooks Brothers, Tie: House Of Fraser, Watch: Selfridges, Belt: Ted Baker.

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Brogues Boots: Shoe Embassy – Knighted, Suit: House Of Fraser, Shirt: Brooks Brothers, Tie: Paul Smith, Watch: Hugo Boss, Belt: Ted Baker.

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