Good season for layering stuff…more vintage stuff in & out from my closet….
PENDLETON CRUISER, ’60s
I especially like this pattern & color combination.
U.S, ARMY fatigue shirt, cotton poplin, ’60s
This thin poplin version is ideal for windstopper layering.
DARWIN cotton/polyester printed houndtooth Cheap Daddyshirt, ’70s
I occasionally need this sort of relief.
UNKNOWN bandana, turn of the century~early 1900s
Usually this kind of red x natural x grey color combination is a typical of late 1800 sceme, but this one is in rare larger format (means wider fabric) and has this sort of geometric pattern (not floral) which usually found on slighly later period, telling me this is sort of a bridge between primitive and modern bandana designs.
WRANGLER heavy cotton chambray Rodeo shirt, ’60s
This chambray version usually come shorter than more common denim version due to the fabric shrinkage, yet still a tad longer than today’s eye.
So I mostly ended up wearing like this.
Nice sunny weather today! (Takeshi)