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Discussion in 'General Attire & Accoutrements' started by moustache, Nov 21, 2006.
Ah, shoot. Knew it was RL, but forgot those lapels were used in RLPL too. Probably '90s, then?
I wore this going to the movie theater and out to lunch, in rain. It was pouring, and even still it's raining harder back at my place.
The vintage Stetson hat, a St. Regis converted to be a fedora, took the rain very well, and is a lot more dry looking in appearance now, aftering having been drenched entirely. It almost flew off my head twice though in the strong gusts of wind.
I sure do Ms. Tuppence. All it takes is a little determination and some manual dexterity and you can create masterpieces.
What I'm wearing today:
White cotton shirt I made from a 50's sport shirt pattern, '51 army fatigue pants.
Milwaukee today 50 degrees F & overcast
Suit dated 1952; late '40s tie
Vtg prob. late 40s Cavanagh fedora
Vtg 40s Viyella wool plaid shirt
Edwin Waynesville jeans
You've managed to pair a nice fedora with a leather jacket and NOT look like Indiana Jones. One of the first times I've seen a photo and didn't go there. Nice work and a great look.
That is a great vintage look!
Love it, cat!
So I didn't actually wear either of these today, but I just acquired these two sports coats from my Grandpa. He said they were from the 70s.
Alex - i think both outfits look very cool.
As usual the rest of you guys and gals are looking really splendid, i'm inspired on a daily basis when i look at all your photos!
That first outfit hurt my eyes. Very daring, you carry it off well.
Went for a tour today of the Dalhousie Arts Centre, a 1967-1971 theater complex designed by Junji Mikawa / Andy Lynch / Fowler Bauld and Mitchell. It's metabolist meets brutalist, with very nice details, like this modernist stairwell in the middle of the atrium.
1933 Belgian single breasted peak lapel
early 1960s Worth Walden pure beaver custom- "beaver 50"
Linen blue and white stripe shirt
Dacks longwings- mine are the older Canadian made ones, they later were made by Church's, to give an idea of quality.
Thanks Miss sofia and psugrad98!
Alex - I really dig the first one!
Very dapper Danny O. Always so stylish! ;0
not quite the same, a pinned club collar and blue glen plaid tie today
Thank ya Tom!
TTO, any detail shots of that waistcoat?
Worth Walden Beaver custom
A.G. Meier & Co. Jacket
one side of the scarf is Silk, the other is velvet
Irish made Weyenberg shoes