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1940s mens fashion

Step back in time with these stylish 1940s men's fashion trends. Discover iconic looks that will add a touch of vintage charm to your wardrobe and make a statement today.
Detailed 1940s men's fashion history for everyday man. Business suits, zoot suits, casual and sport clothes, work clothing, shoes, hats and more. Pictures Fashion Moda, Look Fashion, Fashion Outfits, Fashion Clothes, Men Clothes, Male Fashion, Dress Fashion, Basic Clothes, Fashion Check

1940s men's fashion for day, sport, or evening was styled to make a man feel "larger than life." During 1941-1945, WWII fabric rations limited cloth to make suits but not style. Middle class men chose basic business suits that haven’t changed dramatically since the beginning of the century. The notorious Zoot Suit with its bright

Mary Mascari
Men's 1949 The Bold Look with colorful sprort coats 1940s Mens Fashion, Big Men Fashion, Latest Mens Fashion, Mens Fashion Shoes, Fashion Vintage, Women's Fashion, Fashion Stores, Fashion Boots, Retro Men

While men's 1940s business attire moved toward formality, casual style went the opposite way. Ease and comfort blended the lighter business suit style with sports wear established in the previous decades. This merging resulted in sports coats instead of business suits, relaxed button up shirts in new colors, and an explosion of popularity in knitwear

Rachel Brinley
Vintage inspired 1940s men's shoes. Solid and two toned oxfords, spectators, boots and loafers give a nod to the past with the comfort of modern footwear. 1940s Mens Fashion, Mens Fashion Trends, Fashion Vintage, 1940s Shoes, Vintage Shoes, Vintage Clothing, Golf Fashion, Fashion Shoes, Club Fashion

Vintage inspired 1940s mens shoes and boots reflect the quality, durability, and sensibility of footwear during WWII and beyond. Oxfords, wingtips, brogues, and slip-on loafers were standard shoes for men in the forties. Popular colors were black, brown, white, and two-tones. 1940s men's work boots were all leather with lace, hooks, and a thick tread.

Edgard Hernandez