10 Best Dressed Presidents

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1. Reagan definitely looked the part for the biggest role of his career.

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Doesn’t he make a great cowboy?

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2. Lincoln preserved the Union and looked good while doing so.

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3. Teddy Roosevelt was dashing in the office.

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And out of it.

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What’s there not to love about this man?

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4. John Quincy Adams was the first President to have his photograph taken and he knew how to dress the part.

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5. The fashion police have nothing on Obama.

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Seriously, we’ve got a badass over here.

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6. JFK is the epitome of presidential style.

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From in office.

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To casual wear, the man made it all look good.

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7. Who doesn’t love an Ike in uniform?

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8. Rock that suit Coolidge. Rock it.

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9. Want to learn how to bear the weight of the world on your shoulders and leave nary a wrinkle? Have a fireside chat with FDR, he’ll tell you how.

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He also has a few pointers on accessorizing.

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10. And of course we can’t forget about number 42.

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