Kult Magazine Features 1950s Inspired Mens Styles for Latest Photo Spread

Kult Magazine Features 1950s Inspired Men's Styles for Latest Photo Spread

Kult Magazine Features Inspired Mens Styles for Latest Photo Spread image Kult Fashion Photo Shoot Mens Styles 009

Inspiration for Sywell Classic: Pistons & Props www.sywellclassic.com

Fashion During the 1950s: An Era of Unparalleled Elegance

Fifties fashion was completely different from that of thirties or forties. The glamor world revamped itself with the introduction of exquisite garments and accessories manufactured by top fashion designers.

A mix of sport knits, button downs, and pullover shirts . Sport shirts were made of knit or pre-shrunk cotton and synthetic fabrics that washed and wore easily. “No iron” needed was a big selling point, mostly for house wives who were the primary purchasers of men’s shirts.

1950s Men's Shirt Styles

A mix of sport knits, button downs, and pullover shirts . Sport shirts were made of knit or pre-shrunk cotton and synthetic fabrics that washed and wore easily.

Handy suiting guide for the men who just might give a damn ;)

Im feeling this english cut. Mens suit breakdown <---This was made to show how to draw them, but it gives really good details if you're looking to buy a suit or tux.

Vintage mens knitting fashion. Beyers Handarbeit und Wäsche 1955 (image scanned by Magdorable)

Like the button front knotted vest - Vintage mens knitting fashion. Beyers Handarbeit und Wäsche 1955 (image scanned by Magdorable)

1950s Men's Fashion History for Business Attire                              …

1950s Men's Fashion History for Business Attire

men's fashion history beginning with men's business clothing: Suits, dress shirts, hats, dress shoes, sportcoats and overcoats. What did men wear?

1950s mens fashion, 1957 men's suits with texture were very popular in the 1950s. VintageDancer.com/1950s

1950s Men's Fashion History for Business Attire

Ross Suit  1950s Men's Fashion | In 2008 my grandson (age 14) stated,

Albert: He is your typical New Yorker who needs a good business suit. Since that is what he is about Business and having the look says that he is successful and capable of handling Conrad.

1950s mens hats

1950s Men's Fashion History for Business Attire

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