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Discussion in 'General Attire & Accoutrements' started by Matt Deckard, Oct 20, 2004.
You can buy most of their shirts on line in a tall size.
That didn't even cross my mind but the one I got is good. I never plan on tucking it in so the length will work.
I have three that I'm going to get rid of because I can't tuck any of them in...gussets hanging out all over the place! Posting to the for sale list shortly...
I have this aero leather long halfbelt and one 1930's halfbelt on order...
Considering these kind of jackets were in the 30's - 40's workwear, what kind of vintage-look trousers do you suggest go well with these?
Wider legged dark indigo jeans with a cuff?
Something salt and pepper?
Thanks, I was toying with something like that.
Any suggestions for a brand?
For S&P you can go with the Cushman (if you can find them) or KT&H if they make them again on www.e-workers.net no other recommends as I don't own any other pairs.
www.wwiiimpressions.com makes some really nice WWII U.S. Navy wide leg denim trousers.
Thanks for your input.
I got a pair of Lee 101b. They have wide legs and a cinchback. I don't know about the different versions out there. Maybe some are darker than other. Mine had suspender buttons, too.
So they where my cheaper alternative to the 1933 repro levis which i loved, but couldn't afford.
I caught part of The Courtship of Andy Hardy last night on TCM. Mickey Rooney is working on a Model A at one point, and is wearing a Jughead-style felt beanie and light-colored overalls with the garage name and address embroidered on the back. At least, I think that’s what’s embroidered on the back, I didn’t really catch a clear glimpse. Anyone got a shot of that lettering? I just bought a set of white coveralls not too long ago, and have been wondering how to spice them up a bit.
has any one tried these vintage repro 40s jeans?
they look good to me.. i dont like the tag but i could take it off...
its a lot of money so if any one had experience with me, please advise!
Those are nice, but I would rather get a pair of these for men...I've seen them in vintage catalogs for teen boys.
I really want a cap like this but am trying not to spend Japanese repro money:
The repro cap above is $69, so I'd like to spend way less.
Anyone have any leads?
You could give it a try here:
Got 2 of 'm and they're OK!
I just ordered 2 myself!
Make your kid look sharp with some threads from The Gap!
This one is hooded.
Those all look better than the adult styles. Cool pockets!
I looked for these in the adult section but no dice. I would love to have the four pocket hooded jacket.
you get what you paid for....
Made in USA 39.99
yea, those caps are all over ebay. Search hickory cap or conductor, etc.