People, Feb. 8, 1971

The Prince of Wales is no Bonny Prince Charlie, clothes-wise at least, according to Fashion Consultant Karl Dallas of Britain's influential Tailor & Cutter. Prince Charles, writes Dallas in the current issue, "follows the cult of shabbiness." For instance: the prince has taken to the fashionably wider tie without realizing that it is out of proportion to the narrow lapels and boxy shape of his '50s-style jacket. "As for his trousers, at the bottom they are the slim shape that every young man was demanding a decade ago, but at the top theyare as baggy as an old...

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