Last week, Duchess Elizabeth's aqua gown was not too much for you, although many felt the sleeves were a bit on the puffy side. This week let us critique one in the fashion industry himself, on his choice of outfit. But can a Yank hold his own with competition from the likes of European royalty?
Ralph Earl paints textile merchant, Elijah Boardman (1789) in his black and tan ensemble, complete with just a little flair in the form of buttons and buckles. Yay or Nay?