Stuff for the boys.. Teddy boy drape, leather, and crombie coats!

Discussion in 'PUBLIC Fashion Parades - The best from the VFG' started by Hattysattic, Dec 3, 2006.

  1. Hattysattic

    Hattysattic Registered Guest

    OK, I have stuff being listed as we speak!

    leather jacket to fit a 40"-42" chest as mentioned in other thread:

    Teddy boy drape jacket and waistcoat, bottle green with lime velvet trim (original, selling on behalf of family friend!) on a 38" chest:

    And finally a 1968 Crombie coat in a 38"R:

    Plus some girls stuff.
  2. hipvintage

    hipvintage Registered Guest

    ALL fabulous, Miss Harriet!! :bouncing: :bouncy: :bouncing:

    I don't know much about men's wear specifics, but seeing things like that Teddy Boy set is very interesting.

    Too bad you don't have it modeled on a cute Teddy Boy! :love008:

  3. northstarvintage

    northstarvintage Administrator Staff Member

    Wow - I LOVE that Teddy Boy suit! I think that would do really well. I remember going to the Hemsby Rockabilly Festival about 10 years ago and LOVING the Teddy Boy look!

  4. vintagebaubles

    vintagebaubles Trade Member

    Another one hot for the Teddy Boy jacket! All wonderful, though!
  5. Hattysattic

    Hattysattic Registered Guest

    Thanks guys! I had to put a reserve on the teddy boy number as I am selling it on commision for it's original owner. He reaaaaally didn't want to sell it but I don't think he's worn it in 40 years!
  6. crinolinegirl

    crinolinegirl Registered Guest

    Oh Harriet, that Teddy Boy set is WONDERFUL!!! If it were just a bit bigger, I'd buy that for Gary!
    LOL, surprised you didn't add that to your collection ;)
  7. Hattysattic

    Hattysattic Registered Guest

    Lei, if I had been actually GIVEN it to sell rather than selling as a favour on commission I would indeed have kept it. :horny:
  8. themerchantsofvintage

    themerchantsofvintage Administrator Staff Member

    Agree, the Teddy Boy set is wonderful! And the bidding has begun... looking forward to seeing the outcome.

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