Collectible Fashions of the Turbulent 1930s- Men's Chapter

Discussion in 'General Attire & Accoutrements' started by texasgirl, Jul 23, 2009.

  1. texasgirl

    texasgirl One Too Many

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  2. texasgirl

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  3. Texasgirl, this is a wonderful resource! Over the years, many new Loungers have asked for a general guide to 1930s men's fashions. You've just provided it to them. I really hope that a bartender will make this thread a sticky. :)


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  4. texasgirl

    texasgirl One Too Many

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    Happy to help out! :)
     
  5. Feraud

    Feraud Bartender

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    A serious thank you texasgirl. Personally I am a sucker for catalog scans!
    I loooove looking at these. :eusa_clap
     
  6. thunderw21

    thunderw21 I'll Lock Up

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    A lot of great resource threads on the Lounge recently.

    Thanks Texasgirl!
     
  7. This thread is especially useful for novice Loungers, and could save them a whole lot of time and trouble searching for information all over the place. The guide is short but accurate, and covers many different aspects of 1930s menswear.


    For this reason, it richly deserves to be made into a sticky.


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  8. Anthony Jordan

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    Thanks for sharing!
     
  9. Ghostsoldier

    Ghostsoldier Call Me a Cab

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    Excellent resource!:)
    Thanks for posting!
    Rob
     
  10. Nick D

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    Thank you!
     
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    "The best illustration I have ever seen of "Oxford Bags" i always though "Bags" were only worn in the mid 1920's these seem to be from the mid 30's?, would anyone know of a paper pattern source for "Oxford bags?"
     
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  13. Sticky please plea

    Add my vote to Marc's suggestion to make this a 'sticky'.
     
  14. It already is a sticky, but sometimes stickies are...well... "unsticked" by the moderators. Filfoster, let's hope that this one will stay right where it is.



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  15. Matt Deckard

    Matt Deckard Man of Action

    It needs to go into the the one sticky to rule them all sticky.
     
  16. Miss 1929

    Miss 1929 My Mail is Forwarded Here

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    Buy the book!!!!

    It's really lovely. So is the 20s volume.
     
  17. The Wolf

    The Wolf Call Me a Cab

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    That does look like a great book.
    Thanks for letting us know.

    Sincerely,
    The Wolf
     
  18. Patrick Murtha

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    I would so wear Oxford bags if I could find any. I love the flamboyance.
     
  19. chrismark12

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    i just tried using this collectible cuff links any comments?

    ive started using these collective Silk knot cufflinks i got them online and so far ive been getting positive response. alot of them say its quite stylish and i kinda agree but i guess you have to see it foryourselves
     
  20. kumars

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    "Quest for the perfect pitch

    For anyone who is looking for either casual or more formal, I find custom fitted shirts/suits are best for comfort no matter the situation. I got a great deal on some guys who are doing a new company launch and are selling the 100 first suit/shirt packages at COST. Email them or look them up on Facebook under "Quest for the perfect pitch" or Fitseekers@gmail.com
     

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