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Ahoy! I've finally got around to clearing out the old closet and well, here's what I found...
First up is this Double breasted number I bought...
Well the pants are genuine 50s, as is the car; the shirt is 80s, and the shoes, sunglasses and Coke are modern.
Thanks Cookie. I had a feeling they were from around the 40s or so. First pair of vintage shoes I ever picked up. They're a 9 C sadly. Well sadly...
I picked up these Allen Edmonds awhile back simply because they were too nice to pass up. It would be nice if they fit me, though...
I believe they're called "collar tips" and usually popular with cowboys. Never heard of them on lapels, though. But I like the idea.
Well I was open to any offers. So pretty much.
So no one wants this? Off to Goodwill it goes then.
Well here's a picture of the zipper. No name on it or anything.
As for the button closure,
Other than that the only other...
Unfortunately there's no Union Label in the pocket. Only some tobacco crumbs and the remains of a paper match. I do have some shots of the label...
Howdy. Up for grabs is this what I believe to be late 40s suit, sized for a larger gentleman than myself. It's not perfect, as the pictures will...
Definitely keep the second one! It's as sharp as a razor!
Ask and ye shall receive-
1.Gray Tweed Jacket
Sleeve Length 25 inches
Overall Length 33 inches
Pit to Pit 26 inches
I, too was on the late '50s kick-
Charles Sheeler Windows, 1952
This one always spoke to me. Reminds me of the looming craziness of the city I guess.
That is a great jacket, Thunder. Is that an original or a repro?
Well the Ricky jacket has been sold.
Well it's time to get of the things that no longer fit me...
First we have a ricky jacket in a size 38...
Seastar, AtomicEraTom, and Rue, thanks for all the fine compliments.
And LoveMyHats, the girl in the poodle skirt got stuck at work that day,...
This was me yesterday. 1950s Stetson Royal, clubmaster knockoffs, 70s loopcollar shirt, 40s slacks and PF Flyers.