Rat Pack Style: How to Live the Style Nowadays

The "Rat Pack" featured Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., Peter Lawford and Joey Bishop among others. These were cigar-smoking, suit-wearing, martini-swilling gods of the entertainment industry. Their style is so timeless, that many men are striving to bring back the feel in a world that became way too base, crude, and sloppy. 

The rat pack set the example for men in the 50s and 60s. If only today's hipsters were this cool! 

Rat Pack Martini

1.25 oz Grey Goose 
1.25 oz Bombay Sapphire 
0.5 oz Dry Vermouth 
Iced Martini Glass

Dressing the part - you may not want to wear a suit, but how about a little sleek weekend look that makes you look suave?

It's all about the details. You have an all-black top and bottoms that give you a casual yet mysterious look and then you add the shoes with the punch. That's the detail - 

Cologne? How about what Sammy Davis, Jr. like to wear? It is very classic - 

Grooming - you and your barber should be good friends - clean shaved face, neatly clipped hair and neck, and don't forget to keep your nails clean and shaped - 

If you want to go more hipster and modern, consider a panama hat - 

Where to hang out?

Where to vacation? 

SLS Las Vegas Hotel & Casino. ...
Fontainebleau Resort Miami Beach. ...
The Beverly Hills Hotel, Los Angeles. ...
Colony Palms Hotel, Palm Springs. ...
Gramercy Park Hotel, New York City. ...
Grand Hotel Vesuvio, Naples

Ultimately, the rat pack set a classic style. You can't go wrong with it and obviously the ladies appreciate it, as well. In the years of graphic t-shirts and beards, we females really miss men with confidence and class.