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Vintage Him!

Vintage accessories amd vintage men. For your Male Binary Gender Exprression...


Vintage Him!

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Vintage Mens Derby Hat Cavanaugh Hats New York by retrogroovie

Vintage Mens Derby Hat Cavanaugh Hats New York by retrogroovie

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Vintage Bowler Hat Derby Hard Crown Black by VintageClothingDream

Vintage Bowler Hat Derby Hard Crown Black by VintageClothingDream

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Vintage Jackie Robinson Book Baseball Great

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Speidel Company Spark Plug Tie Clip. Here is a gold-color Speidel tie clip featuring a spark plug. Made in the USA.

Vintage 1940s Necktie Swing Era Wide Tie Geometric by bycinbyhand

Vintage 1940s Necktie Swing Era Wide Tie Geometric Flower 2014561

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See Gramps work! August September 1937 Popular Home Craft Magazine DIY Home Workshop by QuinsippiMercantile.

August September 1937 Popular Home Craft by QuinsippiMercantile

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Vintage 1950s Glasses Military Issue BC Nerd by bycinbyhand

Vintage 1950s Glasses Military Issue BC Nerd Glasses 2012430

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Vintage Joseph Abboud silk necktie in a rich tangerine background  with a  print in brown, black and gold. Marked Designed by Joseph Abboud and made in Italy.Measurements:The tie width is 10 cm (4 inches) at its largest point and 146 cm (57.5 inches)  long.Condition:  Excellent

Vintage Joseph Abboud Tangerine Print Silk Necktie

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MidCentury Modernist Rivoli Rhinestones CuffLinks and TieTack

Mid Century Modernist Blue Purple Rivoli Rhinestones Cuff Links Tie Tack Vintage

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Vintage Sterling Cufflinks Danish Brodrene by EHaskellVintage, $95.00

Vintage Sterling Cufflinks Danish Brodrene Bjorklund H544

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And make me a sandwich while you're at it...

The Neckclothitania, a satirical pamphlet from the early 19th century, detailed methods of tying cravats

Maybe not THAT vintage!

Found in Mom's Basement: Creepy Vintage Advertising

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One of those weird, weird, inexplicable patterns so often seen on ties from the era. Very often it’s impossible to decide exactly what these motifs represent. This one looks most to me like a fossilized fern leaves. The brand is Pilgrim, which was a Sear’s brand. Again, the base fabric is jacquard woven, rayon this time, very common in the middle-late 40s. The maroons and greys work well with many different colourways. All around a great tie.

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In the middle 1930s, brocade ties were very, very common. They came in apparently endless varieties of patterns and motifs.Made by Arco, a big maker, and features a very nicely rendered swallow motif.

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Extra long and extra wide vintage necktie from the late 1960s - early 1970s is powder blue with white carnations. An Original by Stratis, it's from tiestopillows.com.

1940s wide floral tie from Superba Matterhorn. Such bright colors! From tiestopillows.com

Iconic gray suede Hushpuppies loafers. Need I say more? Offered by ZucchiniFlourVintage.

My father wore these leather Florsheim Imperial ankle boots. All the time. Mostly in black. They were his go-to shoes. I think he always had 3 pair or so. Now it's hard to get him out of running shoes! From GrannysBootery on etsy.

Of course my Grandfather wore these shoes! They go with that hat, don't they? Brown leather Florsheim Longwing Oxfords from MelissaJoyVinatge.

Someone wore these shoes. Yeah. Rly! Those crazy vintage disco people... Um, The Alligator probably wasn't bright lime green color originally. Size 9 from Allure of Philadelphia. Brought to you by Shunna in thedesignernook on etsy.

Definitely the hipster star - Hushpuppies from the 50s - and never worn! Suede and leather, that nice cushy sole - but in a size 9, which won't fit any of my "bigfeet" boys! These and others like them from Jennifer in her store flyfishark on etsy.

Here are the Sperry Topsiders all the well-dressed preppies wore in the 70s. I know. I was there. Ramenzombie has an assortment of shoes for those of you who still haven't recovered.