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“Did you ever get the feeling that the world was a tuxedo and you were a pair of brown shoes?” –George Gobel

 

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GQ-- November, 1968.

GQ-- November, 1968.

 

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Our little friend has a better wardrobe than most people I know–

and they’re in the business.

Go ahead— throw on that Duffle coat and plaid cap, buddy.

 

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vintage menswear paper doll

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“In the 1970s, bigger was better when it came to collars, neckwear, jewelry, and all body hair.”   –JP

 

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Esquire 1971 vintage menswear

Esquire 1971 vintage menswear

 

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Prince Charles Paper Doll

 

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Beginnings of Some

Famous Overcoat Fashions

 

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Lord Raglan’s Design

Opposite of Lord Chesterield’s fitted coat

The Raglan.  Originally the coat tailored for Lord Raglan was a tweed wrap which kept off the foggy chill while its wearer was shooting grouse.  What remained of the basic style was the Raglan Shoulder which was a marked departure from the set-in type.  It is still a favorite among men who want a more casual look in their overcoats.

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