Men in the 1920s began to wear more relaxed and flashier clothing, including pant legs without a crease, shirts without neck ties, and colorful patterned suits and socks. In office settings, men still wore the more traditional creased suits with neckties and long coats. By the end of the '20s, leather jackets and golf hats were also popular.Continue Reading
There were two distinct periods within the 1920s for menswear. Early in the decade, suit jackets with high waists and belts became popular, along with narrower lapels and pants worn short so that socks were exposed. There was also a general move from long jackets to a shorter, less formal, jacket style. Sweaters and knickers, short trousers that came just below the knees, were popular sport clothes for men.
In the latter half of the decade, wide trousers known as Oxford bags came into fashion, waists on jackets returned to normal, and lapels widened again. For formal occasions, men wore suits during the day but favored tuxedos for the evening. Tuxedos were largely worn without tails, as these were seen as old-fashioned and snobby. Accessories included a black silk top hat, a bow tie (white or black depending on the suit or tuxedo), a silk handkerchief, white gloves, a white flower boutonnière and patent leather shoes.Learn more about US History
Gianni Versace sells different types of designer clothes including dresses, blouses, pants and skirts for women and designer suits shirts, pants, and jackets for men. Being a luxury brand, Versace's clothing collection features a quintessential selection of men's and women's ready-to wear clothes.Full Answer >
Some possibilities of birthday gifts for men include clothing, such as ties and jackets, sports gear, watches and car accessories. Additional ideas are power tools, books and tech gadgets.Full Answer >
Chileans dress cleanly and neatly, with men usually wearing jackets regardless of the weather and women wearing suits and dresses when conducting business; it is acceptable to show bare legs when wearing a dress in Chile. Men usually wear dark suits when attending business meetings. In general, Chileans are fond of sophisticated European styles when it comes to clothing, and women usually do not prefer clothes that are sexy or revealing.Full Answer >
Traditional Jamaican clothing styles include calico tiered dresses and head scarves for women, loose pants and short-sleeved shirts for men, and Rastafarian-influenced garb for both sexes. Jamaican clothing styles borrow from both British and slave culture. Comfort is the unifying characteristic of Jamaican clothing styles, as the sun beats down unrelentingly on the Caribbean island, and the people there strive to keep cool with lightweight, breathable cottons and linens. However, Jamaicans are also fond of wearing bright colors.Full Answer >