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post #13171 of 19301
Same era... 1972.

Spurs v MUFC at WHL... some arrests and segregation.

http://www.britishpathe.com/video/football-hooligans-1/query/football+fans

Some scruffy buggers there. nod[1].gif

Edit: more - better images of clobber etc. shog[1].gif

http://www.britishpathe.com/video/football-crowds/query/football+fans

By the cringe! Some crimes against fashion from both sides, there. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
Edited by Ed Vaughan - 6/24/13 at 6:05am
post #13172 of 19301
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Originally Posted by Sirryacus View Post

Great video what's the story with the doormen they were really teddy boys?  

The thing is that if you grew up in the 60's/70's you could still see the latent tell tale signs of mens previous lives in  subtle details which they never lose.They didn't have to be wearing a Drape or Black leather,but you knew that they were once Teds or Greasers.They may be married with grand children but they might still have the chunky rings,swallows and love/hate tattoos,greased hair still kept close to the original style etc.

It never ceases to irk me when I've seen revivalist skins wear the micro striped red/black cotton flat caps with the little buckle on the back.That was a Ted / Rocker thing.

post #13173 of 19301
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Here is one with the 69-72 collar/ pattern. Please give honest opinions.

 


 

 

Ivy I personally dont remember seeing flapped chest pocket on our BD's ?

post #13174 of 19301
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Originally Posted by Ed Vaughan View Post

http://www.britishpathe.com/video/football-crowds/query/football+fans

By the cringe! Some crimes against fashion from both sides, there. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

 

Think we can clearly name this the year of the Patchwork jumper !

post #13175 of 19301
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Originally Posted by Gsvs5 View Post

Ivy I personally dont remember seeing flapped chest pocket on our BD's ?




Yeah though pretty nice. the flap pocket is OG Ivy League style, J Press like. Is it on the right breast or is it a mirror shot?
Nick, where are you having them made, New England Shirt Company in Fall Rive'?
post #13176 of 19301
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Originally Posted by elwood View Post


Do remember seeing young women in headscarves over rollers on a Saturday morning round my way in early 60s - and sometimes they were even popping to corner shop while still in slippers! My Mum did NOT approve ... Much tutting :-)

 

Ladies Day at Ascot:

 

 

 

and Aintree..........

 

AppleMark

post #13177 of 19301

I like them.Even the pocket I like.If you don't mind,where are you getting them made and how much? On another note.Bought a jar of Natural peanut butter with the separated oil on top.Opened the jar and a large dolop of peanut oil lands on the top of my Clark's Suede Desert boots.Varied opinions about removing said stain.One person says it can't be done.Gotta get a second pair for dancing now.

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Originally Posted by Ivyskin89 View Post

Been working with a production tailor making some shirts. Here is one with the 69-72 collar/ pattern. Please give honest opinions.

 

I'll also be doing a 65-68 pattern

 

post #13178 of 19301
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Originally Posted by Ed Vaughan View Post

Same era... 1972.

Spurs v MUFC at WHL... some arrests and segregation.

http://www.britishpathe.com/video/football-hooligans-1/query/football+fans

Some scruffy buggers there. nod[1].gif

Edit: more - better images of clobber etc. shog[1].gif

http://www.britishpathe.com/video/football-crowds/query/football+fans

By the cringe! Some crimes against fashion from both sides, there. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

I went to the palais in 73 and to football during that period and by and large it was a time to forget fashion wise although Rupert checked US golfing slacks , Topper Shoes and South sea Bubble jumpers and satin bomber jackets with shorter david essex style 50s barnets were better than most ...  74 it all changed and oxford bags , bowling shirts heralded the up coming Soul boy era .

post #13179 of 19301
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Originally Posted by Gsvs5 View Post

The thing is that if you grew up in the 60's/70's you could still see the latent tell tale signs of mens previous lives in  subtle details which they never lose.They didn't have to be wearing a Drape or Black leather,but you knew that they were once Teds or Greasers.They may be married with grand children but they might still have the chunky rings,swallows and love/hate tattoos,greased hair still kept close to the original style etc.

It never ceases to irk me when I've seen revivalist skins wear the micro striped red/black cotton flat caps with the little buckle on the back.That was a Ted / Rocker thing.


You're spot on there mate, you've just described my old man.

I've posted this before, me and the old fella 69/70

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post #13180 of 19301
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Originally Posted by Basset View Post


You're spot on there mate, you've just described my old man.
I've posted this before, me and the old fella 69/70
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Which one is you? satisfied.gif

We have a guy around the corner who still wears drapes and crepes... he must be about 75. smile.gif

Fair play to him, but sometimes you just have to let go...
post #13181 of 19301
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Originally Posted by Sirryacus View Post

Great video what's the story with the doormen they were really teddy boys?  that main ginger one without a moustache looks like a real asshole, i remember someone mentioned something about doormen stealing coats if they were expensive so you didn't make that mistake twice after going to certain clubs, but they never really elaborated on trouble with them such as fights, I would assume it would be like anywhere else the police would be the club owner and his staff no matter how corrupt they were.

If you got into a "punch-up" and you were out of the Manor,the Doormen would side with the Locals.They also dished out their brand of punishment-with the Old Bill picking you up outside(nothing was done on the Street,always in a back-room).I remember in the 70s a group of "Tottenham Royal"Door staff came to Ilford.They were going to take on any Club in that Area.They got as far as "The Room At The Top".We received the call at the Palais-where we were waiting.
post #13182 of 19301
It was not just the North that had the Women walking around in curlers-we had our fair share as well smile.gif
post #13183 of 19301
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Originally Posted by Ed Vaughan View Post


Which one is you? satisfied.gif

We have a guy around the corner who still wears drapes and crepes... he must be about 75. smile.gif

Fair play to him, but sometimes you just have to let go...


Lets put it this way, i prefered an ice cream to a no6 back then biggrin.gif

post #13184 of 19301
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Originally Posted by yankmod View Post

I like them.Even the pocket I like.If you don't mind,where are you getting them made and how much? On another note.Bought a jar of Natural peanut butter with the separated oil on top.Opened the jar and a large dolop of peanut oil lands on the top of my Clark's Suede Desert boots.Varied opinions about removing said stain.One person says it can't be done.Gotta get a second pair for dancing now.

 

 

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Originally Posted by Botolph View Post


Yeah though pretty nice. the flap pocket is OG Ivy League style, J Press like. Is it on the right breast or is it a mirror shot?
Nick, where are you having them made, New England Shirt Company in Fall Rive'?

 

 

That is why I did the pocket flap, but do think I might leave it out, but I don't know. I don't want it to be an exact replica of a Ben Sherman. I'm am still in the prototype phase and still playing with details.

I am using a production tailor, they are made right here in Boston, and I am only using vintage textiles and Italian or Japanese made cotton. The ones made with vintage fabric will be exclusively sold at Bobby From Boston and will retail at $150.

 

I am also open to opinions/criticisms about the back of the shirt. There is a box pleat there, just hard to see in the photo.

 

post #13185 of 19301

Oh, the pocket is on the left breast.

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