Do men wear vintage ? - Page 2 - the Fashion Spot
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agreed wyatt, throw in some 70's stretched out green izod sweaters, or like old sears robuck chunky coats, or puffy reflective paint FORD tshirts or something.

Originally Posted by wyatt.
you're concept of vintage mens clothing seems like it may be off slightly.

vintage clothing for men these days is like a dirty looking thin kitschy teeshirt and some old levis

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"How old is vintage? Generally at least 25 years old is considered vintage. If an item is roughly a 100 years old or more itís antique and 1000 years old is considered ancient."

I own an Oleg Cassini sportscoat, it had to have been made in the 1950s. I would consider it "vintage" because of it's age, and "collectible" because of the designer.

Something that I would consider separates "vintage" from "thrift" would be drycleaning. Most vintage shops dry clean their clothes (at least I hope).

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bump for merging

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why not? ... it's just that it's kinda hard to find a nice/cool online vintage store for men.

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