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Who made that one? Looks like something RRL or one of the Japanese repro brands would do.
No break?!? That's like three inches of negative break!! lol
Those armholes are incredibly high.
Yes, the collar could stand to be raised a bit. The shoulders are just at the borderline of fitting/being too small, but I think it'll work once I...
1945-dated suit made by a local tailor here in Louisville. Needs a couple tweaks and a couple holes repaired, but other than that it's just about...
I have dropped the price significantly, and the Lounger discount offer still stands!
Well, as with all union labels, it could very well have been a case of old labels laying around a tailor's shop and getting used past their end date.
Thought this was pretty remarkable: a union label in the same garment as a label dated 1916, which both makes it unusually old and unusually...
I'll happily offer a 10% discount to Loungers. PM me for details if you're interested.
I still have this hat hanging around, and I'm very much open to offers if anyone's interested.
Styleforum member jefferyd, who is a tailor and pattern maker currently working for Hart, Schaffner, and Marx, just posted a teaser of some...
I expect they know who their main customer base are, what they like, and are marketing accordingly.
After a buyer didn't pay, I've relisted this and dropped the price significantly to get rid of it. Take a look!
Good grief, Rudie. This suit has some of the longest arms I've ever seen on a vintage suit. I pity your luck!
I'm happy to consider offers, especially from Loungers....
A vintage store near me has this for sale. '49 union tag, Bold Look DB blue suit. I didn't get measurements, but the store has it tagged as a 44...
Interesting how both Sisler and Cobb's jackets have dual breast pockets. And Walsh in a DB with notch lapel, proving they weren't invented in the...
I need a black grosgrain bow tie, vintage or modern, doesn't matter. Adjustable or to fit a 16/16.5" neck.
PM me if you have one available.