An ode to the best dressed fathers out there, and their influence as a role model.
Gregory Peck’s character, Atticus Finch, from the classic Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird, is reminiscent of a fine man of exemplary moral guidance.
Finch represents the ideal father figure and provides for the perfect Father’s Day candidate to dissect in terms of style and demeanour.
From his signature tortoiseshell round glasses and three-piece suit to his waistcoat off-duty charm, it is not difficult to see why these looks rippled throughout the centuries and still maintain their relevance today as much as they did fifty years ago.
Have a look below to see why Gregory Peck set such an iconic look in To Kill a Mockingbird…