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1953 J. Press suit

The slim cut of this suit reflects the European influence on American fashion. Press, founded in New Haven in is popularly known as purveyor of the three-button sack suit and traditional men's clothing

Suit - MMA Manufacturer: Sullivan, Williams & Co., Ltd. (British) Date: 1952 Culture: British Medium: wool

Suit - MMA Manufacturer: Sullivan, Williams & Co. (British) Date: 1952 Culture: British Medium: wool

Grey flannel suits were very popular among business men in particular during the 1950s. These replaced the English drape cut - being suits with less padded shoulders and a more narrow silhouette in comparison. The shades of grey available varied, but dark grey/charcoal was perhaps the most popular color.

Suit Lord and Taylor (American, founded Date: 1950 Culture: American Medium: wool

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Suit Edward Gellman (American) Date: 1952 Culture: American Medium: wool via MMA

The “Ivy League Look,” 1955. This style cultivated at college campuses would come to dominate men’s fashion for the next 15 years.

The “Ivy League Look,” This style cultivated at college campuses would come to dominate men’s fashion for the next 15 years.

Vintage 1950s Mens Suit -- Multi-Color Flecked Tweed - 3 Button Front Skinny Lapel Jacket and Trousers -- 41/42 Short

Vintage Mens Suit -- Multi-Color Flecked Tweed - 3 Button Front Skinny Lapel Jacket and Trousers -- Short

Vintage 1960s Mens Jacket  Tregos Westwear Dark by jauntyrooster, $104.99

Vintage Mens Jacket -- Tregos Westwear Dark Green Wool Blazer - Western Yolk Action Back

Vintage Brooks Brothers Ad, shows what well dressed college boys and high school boys wore in the 1930s and 1940s

Vintage Brooks Brothers Ad, shows what well dressed college boys and high school boys wore in the and

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