Men's Fashion- 1920s
$141. Bertolini Men's Light Gray Wool/ Silk 3-Piece Vested Suit
@Overstock - This teakweave olive vested suit by Giorgio Fiorelli features a two-button, single-breasted design with a classical tailored fit. The flat front trousers come with an unfinished hem to allow for the perfect, customized fit. http://www.overstock.com/Clothing-Shoes/Giorgio-Fiorelli-Mens-Olive-Teakweave-3-Piece-Vested-Suit/6677978/product.html?CID=214117 $129.99
Wooster Vest - Tan Plaid
Toby Greenwell Extra, extra, read all about it! Hoping to some day have his name emblazoned on the byline, Toby Greenwell is paying his dues in the newspaper business with sweat on his brow and ink on his hands. Hawking the early morning edition under the hissing gas lamps, this spunky self-starter spends the afternoons sharpening his who-what-why-when-where skills in hopes of becoming an ace reporter.
"The best part about 1920′s shirts were the vivid color choices. White was boring. Pastels yellows, blues, greens and even pink solids were common as well as a mix of these colors in 1/4 inch stripes. Shirts always had white cuffs and collars. Have fun choosing your shirt color!"