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Eddie Halstead from The Gentlemen

Eddie is a character from the Netflix series The Gentlemen, and is played by Theo James. The series follows Eddie who inherits his family’s estate, only to discover that it’s home to a drug empire.

Eddie wears clothing that is both classic and modern. To dress like Eddie, wear a checked gray coat with a navy blue sweater and a brown tweed three-piece suit with a denim shirt and orange and brown paisley printed tie.

Susie Glass from The Gentlemen

Susie is a character from the Netflix series The Gentlemen, and is played by Kaya Scodelario. The series follows a man named Eddie who inherits his family’s estate, only to discover that it’s home to a drug empire. Susie is the woman behind the drug operation and leads Eddie into her world.

To dress like Susie in her bold, all-red velvet outfit, wear a red velvet blazer, red velvet shirt, a red waist belt, and red pants. Another look is a brown wool coat with a fur collar layered over a denim shirt with a navy sweater vest over that.

coach from the gentlemen

Coach from The Gentlemen

Coach (played by Colin Farrell) is a supporting character in the movie The Gentlemen.  Coach begins working with Raymond Smith in order to settle a debt that his fighters have incurred when they rob one of Mickey Pearson‘s marijuana farms.  Coach helps Ray with several important jobs, including helping him to restrain Fletcher when he attempts to secure blackmail money.  Coach wears a colorful array of tracksuits, often in loud colors and prints.

dry eye from the gentlemen

Dry Eye from The Gentlemen

In Guy Ritchie’s The Gentlemen, Dry Eye (played by Henry Golding) is a gangster who works for Lord George, though he soon deviates from his boss’ plans in order to secure his own fortune and place in the world.  Dry Eye makes an offer to Mickey Pearson for his cannabis business in order to drive the price down for another man, but this soon proves to be a mistake.  Dry Eye’s most striking clothing choice are his leopard print loafers that he wears when confronting Mickey’s wife Rosalind toward the end of the film.

fletcher from the gentlemen

Fletcher from The Gentlemen

In the Guy Ritchie film The Gentlemen, Fletcher (played by Hugh Grant) is a journalist and private investigator who attempts to ransom information he has on Mickey Pearson through his associate Ray.  Fletcher is easily swayed by the finer things in life, which Ray uses to his advantage in order to distract the investigator during their interactions.  Fletcher wears a leather jacket, turtleneck, and tinted glasses throughout most of the film.

raymond smith from the gentlemen

Raymond Smith from The Gentlemen

Raymond Smith (played by Charlie Hunnam) is the right-hand man of marijuana magnate Mickey Pearson in Guy Ritchie’s film The Gentlemen.  Ray spends much of the movie speaking with Fletcher, a private investigator who has been looking heavily into Mickey’s enterprise.  Ray dresses quite well in accordance with his accrued wealth, and wears a pair of dark orange framed glasses.

mickey pearson from the gentlemen

Mickey Pearson from The Gentlemen

Mickey Pearson (played by Matthew McConaughey) is the main protagonist of The Gentlemen.  Mickey has risen from poverty in his home country of the U.S. to become an exorbitantly wealthy cannabis farmer and dealer in the UK.  Mickey decides to sell his business in a bid to retire, which runs him afoul of several prominent characters including Dry Eye and his associates.  Mickey’s clothing is often a little eccentric or over-the-top in either color or print, making him a fun character to emulate.

Brick Top

Brick Top

In Snatch, Brick Top (Alan Ford) is a ruthless, and worse yet, rude gangster who runs an illegal booking shop. When someone lets him down, he’ll execute him without a second thought and dispose of the body by feeding it to pigs.

Sherlock Holmes

In Guy Ritchie’s 2009 rendition, Sherlock Holmes (Robert Downey Jr.) is an eccentric detective in the 1800s hired by a secret society to foil a mysticist’s plot to expand the British Empire by supernatural means.

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