Extraordinary 1860’s Natural History Print, this one shows an Arctic Scene with a Polar Bear, Walruses and Seals.
The latest issue of Men’s File is now available. Along with the usual pictures of clothing, cars, motorcycles, and women, this issue has a great photo spread done on the Double RL ranch and a short piece on the Parisian Apaches.
The 20s saw some radical changes to men’s clothes. Many of the styles are still relevant today. This also means you have a wide variety from which to choose.
The cut of men’s suits and jackets varied throughout from the 20s and 30s. The Sacque suits is traditional and what the average man wore. The saque is has a unstructured fit, but nothing outrageous - think classic Brooks Brothers.
The Oxford suit has a trim jacket with a nipped in waist and very full pants. The “Oxford bag” become popular in 1925 when Oxford University banned the wearing of knickers and plus fours in the classroom (more on these later). The students loved their sporty knickers so they had extra wide legged pants made that could be worn over them.
“Leirhoi” jacquard sweater is slim fitting, and incorporate the theme of the Norse vintage pattern made in wool/cashmere mix.
We kept it minimal and styles it simply. Available at Uneek Basemnt store.
Harry Walters, 1928 after a few months out in the mountains of Southern California on a hunting/mining trip.
“NORDGUL” chambray shirt - authentic work shirt made from a medium weight blue and striped chambray fabric and featuring wooden buttons.
One feature you cannot see but you will certainly appreciate is the unconventional button-down collar with hidden buttons that can be used to hold the collar in place.
There is also a slim throat latch, which fastens under the collar.