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British Sports Car Club 1965
Slim, Straight Lines. Hart, Schaffner & Marx.
University of Maryland 1965 That’s a great looking corduroy suit on the left. Breaking the fallacy of high rise pants being the only orthodoxy.
The Gregarious Geller. Nice loafers, Geller.
getticketsforthedance: There’ll still be a few more days where you’ll need the heavy stuff
Porsche 911 SWB 1966 I wish I still had my mint one owner Bahama Yellow 1969 911T.
White Levis Cone Mills Corduroy 1965
Ah, Scotch Grain. (and Puritan Veal). 1965 Barrie Ltd of New Haven.
Vintage 1970s and 80s Bass Weejuns Deadstock. Pair on the left is in the rare cordovan colour and plastic heel plug model. Pair on the left the N734 oxblood from around 1986. Both size 10D but the 86 pair are physically one whole size shorter and the last is less “swung”.The vamp got shorter too. […]
This is The Look Enro Shirts Ad 1967
themaninthegreenshirt: Haspel products will be obscure to all but the preppy style savvy and to the firm’s credit, it continues to embrace classic preppy taste. The creator of the seersucker suit, Joseph Haspel was also famous for never wearing socks. A social networker of the highest order, he famously swam the Mississippi fully clad in […]
Wren Shirts 1963. Just one of the legion of semi-forgotten shirtmakers from the ivy style boom years. (there wasn’t even a tag in tumblr for ‘wren shirts’!) Designed by Douglas MacDaid of Princeton and New Haven. I looked him up and found this interesting piece by his niece.