I wonder if the Inspector was thinking late 60s v late 70s? The t shirt under a BD was indeed uncommon in the late 60s being one of those Ivy trends that skinheads did not buy into. However, I have to agree with Buttons that it looks very much like 1969, especially the cut (would have been slimmer by 1979) and the hairstyle (with sideboards / burns), particularly pointing to that conclusion.
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Styleforum Top Pickspost #18422 of 207517/17/14 at 10:20amQuote:Originally Posted by browniecj
Good to see you back Buttons,and for your expert opinion on-er Buttons......
Are you at the "Sound and Pressure"/"Scorcher" Weekender in Nottingham,this weekend.If so I will see you at the Bar-for a couple or more .....
Still a bit life in these old shoes(sounds like a good record title ).
I certainly am, mate. See you at the bar AND on the dance floor.post #18423 of 207517/17/14 at 10:23am
@ Mr.K. I was thinking late 60s, but quite surprised by the Ivy style T-shirt under a BD, as several Originals here said it was something they never done. And i'm careful now with black and white pictures that can be tricky to date. Btw i'm surprised if this pic wasn't post before. Have good fun in Nottingham gentlemen !post #18424 of 207517/17/14 at 4:47pmpost #18425 of 207517/17/14 at 11:02pmpost #18426 of 207517/17/14 at 11:15pmQuote:
Clouseau,I am pretty sure that pictures been on here before,its a Manchester utd fan being arrested at Derby county,theres a couple of other pictures of him lashing out a people in the crowd. Razor partings have been in and out of fashion over the years,I think it depends on hair length,if its too short you cant brush a parting in.post #18427 of 207517/18/14 at 5:29pmQuote:Originally Posted by Ed Vaughan
For those who (still) believe in buying British here's a fairly comprehensive list.
Not sure if the entire lot can be relied upon, what with the number of far-east exports the rest of the world has taken to its bosom, but you have to start somewhere.
That list reminded me of a strange shirt I saw today a Baracuta made by Van Heusen in Hong Kong but it was definitely vintage It was rather stained so I passed on it but I probably should have got it as it was only a dollar ever saw such a variation?post #18428 of 207517/19/14 at 11:42ampost #18429 of 207517/19/14 at 1:50pm
Some vintage Sears and Roebuck gear currently for sale on US ebay. Some NOS, some hardly-worn, some right manky and in need of a damn good scrub. Here's a few samples in the $25 and under. (Us UK residents don't pay any import duty on anything under $25.60/£15)
Oh, and a very camp advert from the mid-60s
Guys from the 1960s staring up at a yew tree. Now it's the other way round.
Edited by Inks - 7/19/14 at 2:23pmpost #18430 of 207517/21/14 at 7:00amQuote:Originally Posted by Clouseau
@ Mr.K. I was thinking late 60s, but quite surprised by the Ivy style T-shirt under a BD, as several Originals here said it was something they never done. And i'm careful now with black and white pictures that can be tricky to date. Btw i'm surprised if this pic wasn't post before. Have good fun in Nottingham gentlemen !
Certainly had a good dance,Clouseau at Nottingham.A good turn out-though personally I liked the Margate Venue(because it being underground and seedy ).The only downside was,I had a dodgy turn and had to leave early Saturday evening.I was enjoying Sugar Merchant`s Spot.Good to see some of the Boys from here.post #18431 of 207517/21/14 at 7:21amQuote:Originally Posted by browniecj
Certainly had a good dance,Clouseau at Nottingham.A good turn out-though personally I liked the Margate Venue(because it being underground and seedy ).The only downside was,I had a dodgy turn and had to leave early Saturday evening.I was enjoying Sugar Merchant`s Spot.Good to see some of the Boys from here.
Looking forward to seeing some pictures !post #18432 of 207517/25/14 at 9:19ampost #18433 of 207517/25/14 at 5:32pmQuote:
Interesting for the insight to Ian Levine,apart from that all was pretty much a rehash of previous material it seemed.Was that Long John Baldry outside the Wheel BTW ?
Agree with Levines comments regarding the scene and how it should continue with sharp, young blood and not old farts like myself.post #18434 of 207517/27/14 at 4:01am
Found a bloke on facebook by absolute chance, thought he was someone else, we have a mutal friend in common but when I clicked on his profile was suprised to see a load of really good photos from 68-70. Ive invited him on here to maybe talk about them or share his experience of the era but we'll see. Big Thanks to him for emailing these to me and letting me share them - I think weve had one or two before but I certainly havent seen them all.
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