These trousers were made by Ralph Lauren’s “Rugby” line. They are heavy army green wool, with embroidered skull and crossbones. They are lined to the knee and have taped seams. They are marked a size 34.
This vintage overcoat was made in the 1930s by “Wear Well Clothes” It is a classic double breasted style, with sharp peak lapels, and a 4×6 buttoning. It has a pleated and belted back, and a nicely tailored nipped waist. Functional breast pocket. It is half lined. The coat is in very condition- a bit of fraying to the label, and some light overall wear. It is a heavy navy blue wool. The 44″ chest means it should fit a 36, 38 or 40, depending on the layering underneath.
The traditional blue blazer, it doesn’t get much more classic or more versatile. This one dates from the 1950s and is made of an english flannel. It has pearloid buttons and is marked “Robin Hood”, who as we all know, was famous for his double breasted flannel sportcoats.