The actual patterns and styles of the jumpers don’t really change all that much for men, how can they? The prissy way they are photographed in the 40s, moving to the to the casual floppy haired look of the 70s, is pretty extreme.
The men are always doing manly things of course. I often leave out drawing the cigarette, but they are often depicted with cars, tools, electronics, horses…MAN THINGS. Women are more likely to just be posing against things, but men get manly things to hold or do. Mostly I pick the women to draw who are in interesting poses and have vaguely interesting object to hold, all my earlier drawings i avoided these as i was intimidated by them.