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This Guy Has Rejected 21st Century Outfits And Only Dresses Like He’s From The 1820s


This Guy Has Rejected 21st Century Outfits And Only Dresses Like He’s From The 1820s

“It’s hard for men, we can’t show exuberance.”

Having your own style makes you unique among the crowd. Any human being who is very confident about his/her own personality will never be afraid to express/show it to the world.

Confidently, Zack Pinsent keeps expressing his personality through what he wears.  Instead of going with the modern fashion styles, Pinsent has decided to wear clothes that are the best fit for a Georgian Duke.

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Zack outfit style started at age 14 when he discovered his great-grandfather’s old suits and deduced they really matched his looks.

Tagged as a being from the 1820s, Zack, who is aged 25 appears in flamboyant regency and historical clothing. He claims they are the type of outfits that makes him feel comfortable in the 21st century.

Hails from Hove, East Suxxex, Zack explained: “It’s hard for men, we can’t show exuberance, but I love what I do and I’m only doing it for my own enjoyment.”

While Zack had gotten for himself the huge online presence of about 40,000 followers, he has continually hanged on updating his tailor with the 1820 looks.

On a very normal day, Zack wears a pair of knee-high leather boots, riding jackets with long tails and a floral waistcoat. Accordingly, he is sometimes witnessed wearing a hat and cane when shopping in Brighton.  

He added: “At 14, I made the symbolic decision to burn my only pair of jeans in a bonfire. It was a real turning point. On non-school uniform days, I would dress in three-piece suits, but when I got to the sixth form I started to dress in historical clothing every single day.

I was quite surprised that in the leavers’ book I was voted as the best dressed. People weren’t necessarily saying that to my face, but it was clear that there was an undercurrent of respect.”

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