So, I’ve come to see dandyism not only as an act of social justice, but also as an act of pleasure. People get dressed up to please others, but most importantly to please and distinguish themselves.
Black Dandyism Is Back, and It’s Both Oppositional Fashion and Therapy at Once
Shantrelle P. Lewis
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As someone who practices this sort of thing myself, this is _exactly_ why I do it.

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