Women or Men love this look. And it's making a strong comeback. It's hard to find vintage clothing that is in really good condition and/or with minor flaws. This one is really in excellent condition whoever took care of it. One button is missing , but you could take the top button, and move it down from the collar, or find one like it on line to put in place.Jacket looks like it really is almost brand new. It takes a lot of hunting and time for us who love to list them to an end user. The color is fantastic with this wool blend. I wanted to post this right away, and have taken pictures of it hanging (front and back) and exact measurements, since there is no size.
The arms are 24", from armpit to armpit is 23"-24", the length of the jacket from neck seam to bottom is 34". Hopefully this helps, since there was no size. Any detailed pictures you need, please send me a message. I attached a few pictures of the brand, and some history on H.
May be the missing link between workwear and Ivy-styled clothing. The company was originally founded as Honesdale manufacturing in 1923 by Henry I.
The firm was headquartered in New York with manufacturing facilities in Tennessee. HIS continued its contract work through World War II, making field jackets for the war effort.
Upon Siegels death in 1949, his son Jesse, who was only 19 years old, took control of the company. A graduate of Columbia, Jesse Siegel decided to move the company into the fashion realm by making modifications to its existing lines. Among other things, he is credited with putting a buckle on the back of khakis, which started a campus fad. In 1956 Siegel introduced the companys first house brand.And named after his father. The brand targeted the middle-market teenager and college student, and was very successful tapping postwar Baby Boomers.
S product line included odd trousers, shorts, sportcoats and suits. As a mass-market Ivy-inspired brand, h. A 1964 joint advertisement for the later two Cornell outfitters claimed, They provide the classics the bread and butter the uniform items in the curricula of college clothes. The item "Vintage 50's-60's Mens Wool Jacket/Coat Plaid H.
Overcoat fur Lined Lg" is in sale since Thursday, January 18, 2018. This item is in the category "Clothing, Shoes & Accessories\Vintage\Men's Vintage Clothing\Outerwear Coats & Jackets". The seller is "lismil_msdezal9d" and is located in San Clemente, California. This item can be shipped to United States.