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Discussion in 'General Attire & Accoutrements' started by moustache, Nov 21, 2006.
As always Claudio, very very smart. A rather unusual button configuration on your jacket but I like it very much indeed.
... thanks you Sir. As much as I would like to take credit for it, it was infact around in the teens that tight 3 button stance, I picked that and worked around it
Just played the accordion at my Parish's Mens' Club. Wore this neat jacket all day long. It's not vintage, but I'm also a huge fan of really loud stuff.
Hey Retro long time no see. That's a really eye catching outfit, I like it!
Wore my new favorite jacket again (I wear this getup pretty much everyday lol) but this time I threw on a deadstock 70s shirt I got on eBay that matches the colors almost perfectly!
This here shirt is a deadstock shirt from 1961. Found it at Goodwill some time ago, but it's the first time I've ever worn it. That makes it the first time anyone ever wore it since it was made 57 years ago!
Are those the SJC denims?
Nope, I do not think SJC make wide denim like this but rather a slimmer leg (these are 11" from top to bottom). These are my own brand
Got some cheap but nice shoes to match my favorite jacket lol
I love loud stuff: I love talking to people, I love playing music for people, and I love loud clothes. Whenever I'm in town people need to put on earmuffs lol
Goldenrod colored plain weave silk sack with zero padding or interlining, with duel double-barred over-windowpanes which intersect, in rust and emerald, white linen handkerchief in puff and point, pale gray tropical worsted vintage H. Freeman trousers from Carroll & Co. (Grandfather's, ditto the jacket), white pinpoint oxford 1980s Nordstrom point collar shirt (Dad's), Emerald Green grenadine knit socks, English Tan calf skin belt with silver engine turned belt buckle with my initials in a monogram; EAE, with the last E backwards and the a single slash going through the center of all 3 letters, vtg English Tan Allen Edmonds split toe blucher mocs. cornhill colored Dobbs Jet 707, 1930s Elgin Art Deco watch with hexagonal face in silver tone (rhodium plated) with deep cognac lizard skin strap, Art Deco rhodium plated silver pinkie ring with citrine stone, and Grandfather's silver Art Deco ring on right ring finger. Deep Cognac lizard skin passport wallet in jacket pocket. Deep Emerald silk knit tie with square end in 4 in hand knot, silver tie clip with diagonal stripes in the English style, about 1.5" long.
Wore lotsa green today just because. Totally forgot it's almost St. Patrick's day because I have alzheimers 50 years too early... lol! So it works out anyway!
I'm roughly 30 lbs lighter than when I first started posting in this thread a few years ago, so I figured it was high time to post in this thread again after a rather long hiatus. I'm at Barnes and Noble -- pardon the wrinkles; it was evening! I know my outfit isn't really vintage, but for some reason I just had to post it!
PRL tattersall button-down
Orvis dark wash jeans
Orvis shotshell buffalo leather belt
PRL argyle socks
vintage Sebago Campsides
Straight forward: OCBD shirt, vintage shetland, CHino, Chuck Taylors
Very Ivy League Professor/ off stage 1950s West Coast Jazz Musician Claudio!
Claudio, you're a chameleon. Love it.
Barcelona over the weekend
buckle back denim, half belted coat, OCBD shirt