Men of society used to dress as role models. They would wear a suit and tie to work, to travel and even labor in. Here we see Henry Ford chopping wood in a pair of slacks, dress shirt and a bow tie. This was the way life was once lived.
What if things were still that way? Can we recapture the spirit of style, responsibility and purpose in the way we dress? Would we want our children to see this standard? What does our clothing suggest about who we are? How do we put the romance of timeless fashion back into our lives? These men dressed with purpose, carried a strong sense of who they were and what they stood for.
What can we learn from Henry Ford? If he walked around in cargo shorts, t-shirt and flip flops… would he have been inspired to revolutionize the car industry?