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Men's fashions in the early 1920s were reminiscent of Edwardian style. Their clothing had narrow shoulders and were slightly high-waisted. The silhouette was very slender in nature. The clothing fit very closely to the body in order to create a slim, streamlined shape.
This negligee shirt was created from an original Butterick pattern from 1919. It has a turned-down collar, a left side pocket, and the sleeve has a continuous lap. It has top-stitching on the collar, cuffs, shoulder yolk, front plate, and armscye. The Elliot shirt is shown in 100% Italian cotton with a cream, salmon and blue windowpane pattern.
All of our men's shirts are available in any of reVamp's shirtings. Please see the Men's Shirting Compendium below for reference.
The Elliot vest was copied in detail from a 1920s vest. It is double breasted with notched lapels featuring four welt pockets, four darts and a flat bottom. Men such as Douglas Fairbanks and Rudolph Valentino who wore this particular style of vest were considered most stylish. The Elliot vest is stitched in a brown & tan wool micro-stripe. The back of the vest features long inset back tabs that tie at the back
The Elliot trousers are flat-front with narrow, straight-legs and are also stitched in brown & tan wool micro-stripe. The front of the trousers have not only cutaway pockets but also a small double welt watch fob pocket that is a miniature version of the pockets found at the back of the pants. At the waist you will see a 1" waistband and beltloops. These trousers are worn higher than modern pants and the rise is much longer.
Brown and Tan wool micro-stripe:
Dry clean only