1950s mens fashion suit was designed to be tall, straight, plain and comfortable. Learn more 1950s men's fashion history at VintageDancer.com

1950s Men's Fashion History for Business Attire

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1950s Men's Fashion, Clothing and Costumes

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.

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.

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