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Thread: 1930's Men's White Linen Two-Piece Double Breasted Belt Back Suit

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    1930's Men's White Linen Two-Piece Double Breasted Belt Back Suit

    http://www.rubylane.com/item/293622-...ns-White-Linen

    I think this sort of thing is rather popular around here.
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    Loads of great 1940's/50's/60's fedoras for sale in sizes 7 1/8 - 7 1/4, here.

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    Far too big!
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    Micro-suit

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    Just right. Except the pants are too tight (even when let out).

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    No actually the jacket is too snug as well. Well no temptation then (a bit pricey anyway).

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    The jacket buttons are fastened the wrong way.

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    I think that suit would fit me if I took up the hems on the trousers. But the width of the shoulders in the coat is a BIT much, I think. At any rate, the price scared me off before the measurements did.

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    A reasonable price for such a suit. I haven't heard of Famo-Spun fabric before.
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    i imagine that a blend of linen and angora would be very similar to Palm Beach in feel. might have been a Palm Beach (inspired) rival fabric.

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