Peak and Pine

Connoisseur
Harris tweed. Oooo-wee. My favorite kinda tweed, even tho I think the Outer Hebrides is some place on the Jersey shore. Aided here by a post-18 year old model, snow white shirt and great lighting. I dismiss many posts in this thread because they don't include those three. Or the shot is so tight you wouldn't recognize it if you ran into it at the airport. Or in my case, the bait shop. (The pic in the post just above is case in point.)
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Tweedlover

Active Member with Corp. Privileges
Harris tweed. Oooo-wee. My favorite kinda tweed, even tho I think the Outer Hebrides is some place on the Jersey shore. Aided here by a post-18 year old model, snow white shirt and great lighting. I dismiss many posts in this thread because they don't include those three. Or the shot is so tight you wouldn't recognize it if you ran into it at the airport. Or in my case, the bait shop. (The pic in the post just above is case in point.)
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Quite agree on the Harris tweed part. Think the model looks only 10 years post-18 however. :D Whenever I've seen classy looking models who appear somewhere between 50 & 60 on rare occasion, I can relate more, (at least age-wise if not classiness).
 

Fading Fast

Connoisseur
In the 1940 movie "Remember the Night," Fred MacMurray's wardrobe is not part of the story, but as is typical of the time, he wore a bunch of Tweed. I tried to find better pics, but still, these gives you a sense of how much Tweed was in a man's wardrobe back in that day. And from memory, as it's been awhile since I've seen the movie, the overcoat in the first two pics is a long, beautiful raglan.
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eagle2250

Connoisseur/Curmudgeon Emeritus - Moderator
In the 1940 movie "Remember the Night," Fred MacMurray's wardrobe is not part of the story, but as is typical of the time, he wore a bunch of Tweed. I tried to find better pics, but still, these gives you a sense of how much Tweed was in a man's wardrobe back in that day. And from memory, as it's been awhile since I've seen the movie, the overcoat in the first two pics is a long, beautiful raglan.

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Ya know, I've never picked up on it before, but the young Fred MacMurray looks quite a lot like the older Ben Stiller....methinks? ;)
 
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