american history tells us to hate cornwallis. but the american revolution was so long ago, and to be fair we ended up in a civil war years later anyway. enough about that. i always thought of him as sort of a grumpy old man. he’s the kind of guy that kids would be like “oh there goes grumpy old cornwallis” but at times would actually be kind of cool. for example, who would have better stories to tell than him? i think we can all agree that he was a hard-liner, how could you not be with a position such as his. hard-liners all dress the same way, dignified, established and put together. if they don’t they could become a soft-liner and who would want that? not king george.
1: state of the war meeting: scarf, cane and coat by alexander mcqueen, shirt and tie by paul smith, pants by michael bastian, shoes by burberry prorsum
2: traipsing around virginia: coat by burberry prorsum, sweater, shirt and tie by ralph lauren, pants and shoes by paul smith
3: on the boat back home, because you lost: coat by gilded age, sweater by paul smith, pants by viktor and rolf, shoes by bottega veneta.