These vintage pants were from part of a lot of Hollywood costumes I bought a few months back, mostly Warner Brothers, all either Western or Sci Fi. These unfortunately don’t have any production tags, but are similar to the civilian costumes used in many episodes of TNG. They have Canadian made Lightning zippers at the waist and cuffs. The back pockets are just flaps and the belt loops are are wide style.
I bought this as part of a lot of clothes used by Warner Brothers in western movies. It’s a bit of a mystery, and doesn’t bear any of the Western Costume tags or Warner Brothers labels that the others did. The shirt has a pullover cut, large collar and gathered sleeves. It has unusually wide shoulders.
This vintage vest was made in the early part of the 20th century from a mustard colored corduroy, with a buckle back, four pocket front, piped edges and lapels. At some point it found its way into Hollywood wardrobe. The plaid overcheck of the corduroy looks to have been airbrushed on at that point in its life. This was used in various westerns over the years, and remained in Warner Brothers’s costume house until fairly recently, as evidenced by their modern style label with bar code.
This vintage vest was made in the early part of the 20th century from pound sign jaquard material, with a four pocket front, lapels and leather trimmed pockets. At some point it found its way into Hollywood wardrobe. This was used in various westerns over the years, and remained in Warner Brothers’s costume house until fairly recently, as evidenced by their modern style label with bar code.
This vintage mackinaw was made in the 1920s or 1930s. It is double breasted, with a shawl collar and patch pockets. It has a Western Costume – Hollywood, California stamp, along with the word “CHAR” and the number “1900” written inside by the sleeve head. This coat was used in Hollywood film productions. There is heavy staining and period repairs to the back. At some point in its more recent history, it was sound as part of Ralph Lauren’s vintage collection.
Chest (pit to pit): 23″ (doubled = 46″)
Shoulder to shoulder:17″
Sleeve (shoulder to cuff): 25″
Length (Base of collar to hem): 28″
This vintage jacket came from the warehouses of Western Costume of Hollywood, and was used in Westerns and in 19th century period pieces. With the texture of the fabric and the placement of the pockets, I would guess that this was probably cut down from an old shawl collared overcoat or mackinaw, and had the collar trim and extra buttonholes added by Western Costume. The jacket has fairly heavy wear, which is to be expected from something that’s been in a movie costume department for decades.
Chest (pit to pit): 21″
Shoulder to shoulder: 19″
Sleeve (shoulder to cuff): 23″