1 | The Point Collar Shirt
This ultra-long and narrow point collar bucks convention and is a total stand-out, especially when paired with a tan jacket and light pink tie – a thoroughly old school look we'd love to see come back into fashion.
2 | The Green Suit
An olive-green sport coat may not be the first thing you think of when flashy mobsters come to mind, but this look makes for a much more distinguished, though no less striking, take on the usual gangland style.
3 | The Open-Collared Shirt
One of Henry Hill's most stylish features is his loose, freewheeling take on high-end menswear. When he wears this wide open-collar on this black casual shirt with a designer suit he achieves maximum gangster panache.
4 | The Casual Blazer
A light linen sport coat in etched gray is the ideal way to suit up through the warmer months. This one in particular, over a crisp white dress shirt, is an excellent take on a summer menswear classic.
5 | The Leather Sport Coat
You've got to hand it to any man bold enough to rock a blazer made of leather, a short-lived trend from the '70s and '80s. Hey, if it's good enough for an aspiring mafia boss...
6 | The Red Velvet Jacket
Before red velvet was the dessert of choice among hip foodies, it was a distinctive style of jacket – and a pretty spectacular way to stand out while dressing up.
7 | The Camel Coat
The camel coat has long been a staple of the distinguished man's wardrobe, a luxury item that instantly denotes sophistication and refinement.