This vintage jacket has some great detailing. It has two tone panel styling, with plaid wool on the front and on the underside of the collar. The topside of the collar, the sleeves and the back are all dark blue wool. The back has a halfbelt, and norfolk strapping, which also follows the color change of the paneling, switching over at the shoulders. The cuffs and ends of the belt back have knotted leather buttons. There is a contrast blue buttoned throat latch on the underside of the collar. The front of the jacket is closed with a spring loaded crown zipper, still in great working order. Inside, the coat is lined in plaid cotton, with a blue, white, yellow and tan color scheme. The sleeves are lined in tan flannel.
Chest (pit to pit): 26″
Shoulder to Shoulder: 20″
Sleeve (shoulder to cuff): 24″
This vintage jacket was made in the 1940s by McGregor. It is a classic two tone hollywood jacket, with brown sleeves and collar, and a sand colored tweed front and back, with a subtle lime green overcheck. It has a three button front, with patch pockets. It is half lined and unvented. There is heavy mothing throughout.
This vintage two tone jacket has a gold metalic brocade panel front, and black sleeves, trim, and back. With the asian print lining, it’s safe to say it’s a Hong Kong tailored job. It buttons all the way up the front, to the neck, so it can be worn with a standard suit jacket look, or a nehru look. It’s a great early rock and roll stagewear look. There is wear to the metallic thread, and some staining to the front- see pics.
This vintage hollywood jacket has a brown gabardine body and a lighter brown tweed back and sleeves. It has a three button front, patch pockets, and two buttons on each sleeve. It is fully lined. It is missing the bottom button, and the manufacturer’s label, but it is otherwise in excellent condition. Very Howard Hughes.
Chest: 20-1/2″ (doubled = 41″)