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The attached fashion article from 1937 let it be known that men's fashions were getting more colorful; items that we associate with the Fifties such as plaid cummerbunds made their appearance first in 1937. The first clothing item to cross the color line was, in all probability, the Hawaiian shirt - which came into vogue some five years earlier.

Pictured above is a 1930s suit that was worn by the Duke of Windsor.

More information concerning color in the fashions of men's 1930 attire can be read here

Learn about the color trends in men's 1930 suits...

Click here to read a related article from 1919.

Read about men's fashions in 1932

     


Colorful Menswear (Literary Digest, 1937)

Colorful Menswear (Literary Digest, 1937)

Colorful Menswear (Literary Digest, 1937)

Colorful Menswear (Literary Digest, 1937)

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