Jason (jcreed) wrote,

Chuck cracks me up. From http://www.livejournal.com/community/pghgoth/130410.html?thread=637546#t637546:

You should read Edgar Allen Poe for information on how to dress. In the 1840s, a high hat and a cane were all the rage, along with tailcoats and bowties. I'm sure that you noticed that this was the standard dress at Ceremony. (Dyed hair, big pants with zippers and straps, jack boots and body piercings weren't popular until the 1870s, but you have to allow some creative anachronism.)

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