Simply put- the best 1930s overcoat. Bold tweed, a super flattering cut, detailing and workmanship like no other. Check out those buttons, and the bellows pockets.
Posted in Coats |
Tagged 1930s, brown, coat, Del Rio, fashion, herringbone, mens, overcoat, style, tweed, vintage |
Another deadstock cap, this time from a Canadian source. Really evocative graphics on the lining, and a nice bold herringbone tweed.
Posted in Hats |
Tagged 1930s, aeroplane, air plane, airliner, airplane, eight panel, golden age, golden era, herringbone, mens, newsboy, the air craft cap, the aircraft cap, tweed |
This suit dates from the 1930s or early 1940s. It is Montreal, Canada tailored for Premier brand clothes. It is fully lined, whereas most American suits of the period were skeleton lined. The trousers are not cuffed and have a button fly.
Posted in Suits |
Tagged 1930s, 1940s, blue, canadian, fashion, herringbone, montreal, pinstripe, suit, three piece, vintage, WWII |