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20 style lessons from Coen Brothers movies

We’re not suggesting that you leave the house in the full dressing gown and jelly shoes combo, but you could do a lot worse than turn to The Dude and his Coen-verse cohorts for style tips. They are, after all, among the coolest and most distinctive characters to ever hit the big screen. 

So, whether you’re looking for advice on knitwear, moustaches, or even just how to put of a pair of shades, to coincide with the 4 March release of Hail, Caesar!, here are 20 need-to-know style lessons from Coen brothers films.

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