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The article attached herein first appeared in a 1945 issue of CLICK MAGAZINE that was deliberately edited to aid those young men who had been wearing uniforms for the past few years and, subsequently, had no knowledge whatever of tailoring or of fabric that was not government issued.

Provided in this file is a handy guide for the aspiring dandy showing just how a gentleman's suit should fit if it is to be properly worn. The article is illustrated with eight drawings displaying the dos and don'ts for the wearing of a 1940s suit - the information is still relevant for today's togs, as well.

Click Here to Read More About Men's Fashions from the Forties

Click here to see the Summer suits men wore during the Summer of 1932.

Read an article about the history of Brooks Brothers

     


The Dos and Don't in Men's Suiting of the Forties (Pic Magazine, 1945)

The Dos and Don't in Men's Suiting of the Forties (Pic Magazine, 1945)

The Dos and Don't in Men's Suiting of the Forties (Pic Magazine, 1945)

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