What are you wearing, J. Brett Prince?

Abernathy Miller, Columbus Alive

For J. Brett Prince, "Boardwalk Empire" isn't just a TV show, it's a stylebook. The 37-year-old tattoo artist and owner of Short North Tattoo takes style cues from the polished men of the 1920s to balance out the "rough around the edges" aesthetic of his extensive body art.

Hair: "Old Familiar Barbershop revolutionized this town. Josh Wilbur at OFBS is my guy."

Mustache: "I think the mustache goes with my overall aesthetic. Pro-tip: Your mustache curls are brothers, not twins. They should be treated as such."

Jacket/vest: Scotch & Soda. "My fiancée turned me on to this Amsterdam couture company. Their suits have a 1920s fit and the fabric is very high quality. The success of a good suit is about 99-percent fit and 1-percent fabric quality."

Ascot: Ceravelo. "Christopher Walken wore an ascot in 'Seven Psychopaths' and I just thought, 'that looks right'- I'm single-handedly bringing it back.

Pocket square: Kent Wang. "The pattern on it is actually the elevator doors in the Chrysler Building."

Boutonniere: Cerivelo. "Details add extra spice to your outfits."

Corduroy pants: Levi's 511. "Levi's are my go-to because they are so cheap but look so good."

Sock guarder: "I originally got sock guarders as an accessory, but after wearing them a couple of times I realized they really do hold up your socks. Now I'm spoiled and can't go back."

Shoes: Allen Edmonds. "Just look at these shoes! They are deep blue leather and they fit beautifully. The company actually sends you handwritten thank-you cards anytime you buy from them. I switch out my shoe laces every day to match my outfit."

Age: 37

Hometown: Pickerington

Current neighborhood: Italian Village

Currently listening to: C.W. Stoneking

Style icon: Chalky White of "Boardwalk Empire"

Describe your personal style: "Dapper sensibility"