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Discussion in 'General Attire & Accoutrements' started by Matt Deckard, Oct 20, 2004.
The shirts on that site are incredible.
Lots of great looking items on the site.
Salt and Pepper work pants
At that price ($160+) I'd have to actually work in them.
My daily appearance pretty much fits in with these photos.
I love the 1908 cowboy photo on the last page!
I want this NOW:
What is it?
A Japanese repro of a 1930's wool and cord work jacket........
Of course, it's not in my size!
That IS lovely!
These Japanese repros are lovely (Sugar Cane, Buzz Rickson, Tenderloin) - but so hard to find in Europe! Someone should start importing them; they'd make a fortune!
If I could speak Japanese and had some start-up capital, I'd do it myself!
Some of you might be interested in the Rakuten website. You can buy Japanese goods and have them shipped overseas.
Awesome! Thank you. Though the weak sterling against the Yen puts most of the really nice stuf out of my price range for the moment!
The Lone Wolf boots are just gorgeous...
America Classics, in Endell St., Covent Garden.
Been trading in Toyo and others for many years.
Although it seems their range has dwindled.
There are shops in Europe.
They were a thrift find, $3 I believe.
And, surprisingly enough, they were made in the 1990s by a company called "Structure" that made work and casual clothing. Structure was consolidated and became "Express for Men" in the 2000s.
And even though they were made in the 1990s, they are exactly like 1930s work trousers right down to the fabric pattern and the heavy wool fabric.
Mike, did you ever get a pair of these?
Check out this denim shirt. It's a beauty!
I've been wondering, is there a reason for the prominent yoke on the shoulders like that? I wouldn't think workwear would have that many decorative features. Maybe I'm wrong?
Japanese sold out coat...
I wonder if the dropped yoke is a decorative feature.
Chambray jacket, made by Koto sold exclusively at Urban Outfitters of all places. This label makes other vintage style chambray pieces as well.