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We live in a world where Fashion Dad tendencies like mid-calf Nike socks make appearances in W Magazine shoots for the sake of normcore. Celebrities like Ryan Reynolds usher in fatherhood with dinosaur sweaters. President Obama even talks about his Gap jeans with Ryan Seacrest. It was only a matter of time before an Instagram account was created, celebrating the real heroes—those Hawaiian print-wearing, jort-sporting, Hanes Beefy T-emblazoned dads of a certain age. If even older dudes are more your thing, there's also an account for fashionable grandpas.