Immorality? Regulation? Terrible ties? Ah, the early 90s. Whether you recall that fateful turn of the decade where the 80s blindly roared into the 90s as a style doldrum (gaping pinstripes and questionable patterns) or a blind, no-holds-barred epoch (let’s do lunch!), there’s no questioning that Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street will smash into theaters this Christmas with boom-time style.

In anticipation, we’ve put together a big-money style guide inspired by a few memorable scenes to commemorate Scorsese’s nearly three-hour celluloid tribute to the infamous “Wolfpack”. The ’90s may have lacked style, but it’s hard to say we don’t miss it, just a bit. Fuckin’ a.

But First… The Trailer

Always Be Closing


Hackett Chalk Stripe Wool Suit

Rolex Day Date II, Gold

Make It Rain


Ray-Ban Original Wayfarer Classic

Polo Ralph Lauren Classic-Fit Mesh

Shit Is Getting Real


Turnbull & Asser Striped Cotton Shirt

Rolex Cosmograph Daytona

Gucci 1953 Horsebit Loafer

Louis Vuitton Possession Aviator

Time to Diversify


Gucci Flint Wool Trousers

Tod’s Gommino Loafers

Adidas Track Pants

Reebok Classic Leather Shoes

Suck It Up, Man


Ralph Lauren Purple Label Suit

Zegna Ventivinque Circle Paisley Tie


I Am the King!


Andrea Campagna Chalk Stripe Suit

Turnbull & Asser Shirt

Paul Smith Rabbit & Flower Silk Tie

We Expect More Volatility


Caroubier Linen Shirt

This Is A Strong Buy


Armani Pinstriped Suit

Canali Patterned Woven-Silk Tie

Wrap It Up



Official Soundtrack