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mens fashion of the 20s

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Mens Fashion of the 1920s Early in the decade, men's fashion was characterized by extremely high-waisted jackets, often worn with belts. Lapels on suit jackets weren't very wide. Instead, they were suppose to be buttoned up high. Trousers were relatively skinny and straight. They were also worn rather short so that a man's socks were able to show. Trousers also began to be worn cuffed at the bottom at this time.

Trousers also began to be worn cuffed at the bottom at this time.

Wider trousers known as "Oxford Bags" came into fashion, while suit jackets went back to a normal waist and lapels became wider and were mostly worn peaked. Loose fitting sleeves began to be worn during this period. Double breasted vests were mainly worn with a single breasted jacket and became quite fashionable. Men's hats were usually worn depending on their class, with upper class citizens usually wearing top hats or a homburg hat. During the summer months a straw boater was popular for upper class and middle class men. Middle class men wore either a fedora or a trilby hat. Working-class men wore a standard Newsboy cap or no hat at all.

Gray was the most popular color, along with the colors white, beige, and stripes. Middle class men wore either a fedora or a trilby hat. During the summer months a straw boater was popular for upper class and middle class men. Middle class men wore either a fedora or a trilby hat. During the summer months a straw boater was popular for upper class and middle class men. Working-class men wore a standard Newsboy cap or no hat at all.
Duldner Laura. Flying Red Horses. katallydesign. Web. 3 February 2011. Hats Shopping. Web. 3 February 2011. Working-class men wore a standard Newsboy cap or no hat at all. Mens fashion of the 1920s was influenced by sports stars like Bobby Jones and Walter Hagen, two well-known golfers of the day. Mens Fashion of the 1920s. 2005-2009 Web. 8 February 2011. As tennis grew more popular, the white trousers and V-neck sweaters the players wore informed much of what young men wore around town. Men's Fashion. 2006-2011. Web. 8 February 2011. hey.
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