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Discussion in 'General Attire & Accoutrements' started by moustache, Nov 21, 2006.
Great look, sans the cig.
GREAT look all around, including the background set.
As we say in American English, you look like a million bucks.
Milwaukee today 45 degrees F & sunny
Early '50s sport coat; trousers dated 1944; AE Fairfax
Off to work at the assembly plant . . . okay, actually I'm just going for groceries today, but I couldn't resist hamming it up a bit!
Wonderful look there, Rosie!
I don't check this thread often enough, you all look very sharp! I'm happy to see the ladies are posting here a bit more! I love this look, and the skirt is to die for!
This looks truly smashing, well done!
Splendid outfit! I love the pose in the last picture.
^^ BoPeep, you look fabulous!!
Kools, love the tie and the whole outfit came together wonderfully!
Home from work on a casual Tuesday. Nothing much exciting with the attire.
Those sunglasses are fantastic NWT
:love: The outfit and the kitchen
I like it too Rue, very Rosie the Riveter!
Very nice, BoPeep, you look like the complete classy-yet-casual package there. :yo:
I took a few pictures today, again with the '80s Sears suit I got from my father last week. I added a trench coat I found at a church yard sale, and my new favorite hat!
The college student trying to get his meager skills a bit closer to his big-band idols:
With the jacket added, trying out a Glenn Miller mute style:
And out on a walk later, with overcoat and a wonderful bargain-priced Henschel hat. When it started raining later in the day, I could not feel it a bit!
I came back from break with so many new shirts and suits that my closet went from half-full to PACKED. I'll share some new combinations as I get time to wear them. There's nothing truly vintage (unless the above overcoat is older than I think), but I'll certainly try to make the best swing-era look with the wardrobe I have.