1920s mens fashion gangster

1920s mens fashion gangster

A popular trend for men around 1910 was the transition into more comfortable suits which featured high collars and bold stripes.

A popular trend for men around 1910 was the transition into more comfortable suits which featured high collars and bold stripes

Caroline Snead. This picture shows mens fashion in the late 30s. They wore their coats a little longer than their waist and the pants had a crease going down the middle of them.

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This image represents the because the man is wearing slacks,a fedora,and a double-breasted wider jacket.

Men's fashions from the 1920s, including overcoats, vests, waistcoats, trousers and spats and details of cuffs. Chromolithograph from a catalog of male winter fashions from Bruner Woolens, 1920.

Men's fashions from the including overcoats, vests, waistcoats, trousers and spats and details of cuffs. Chromolithograph from a catalog of male winter fashions from Bruner Woolens, Supernatural Style

The Yale University Whiffenpoofs of 1927. The cappella group embraces the fashions of the times with sharp, tailored three-piece suits.

1920s Men's Fashions: Formal Trends Featuring Suits, Dress Shirts & Accessories

Example of Three piece tailored suits! The Yale University Whiffenpoofs of The cappella group embraces the fashions of the times with sharp, tailored three-piece suits.

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Downton Abbey Men's Costume Guide to the 1920's

Mens hats from the were very big. They often had a strap on them made of silk, velvet, or cloth to give them an extra pop.

1930 Men Fashion | The Complete 1930s Men Fashion Guide photo picture

The Complete 1930s Men Fashion Guide

n the the athletic body seen in boxers and superman became the ideal men’s shape. Clothing reflected this new shape with extra broad shoulders, thin waists, and tapered legs.

Men's Fashion: Mid 1920s 'Jazz Suits' were trendy because after WWI, people started to live a different lifestyle that led away from the formal three piece suit with shoulder pads. Life became edgier, more party-like and men dressed in simpler clothing, with hats, and fashionable canes to go out dancing and partying.

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