1930s Ex Hollywood Costume Tweed Suit
Fabulous heavy herringbone tweed man's suit of double breasted jacket and high waist Hollywood style slacks with very wide legs. Carrying a 1930s Western Costume label and identified as having been worn by G. Milsfield in an unknown film. This piece is also stamped "Sunset" which may refer to their Sunset Blvd location. Western Costume is the main supplier of costume for motion pictures from the silent era to the present. The jacket is fully lined in cotton flannel. Beautifully tailored. The pants are pocketless and notched in the back. There are no belt loops either. Suspender buttons are found on the inner waistband. The pants hem have the cuff let down, There is ample fabric in the leg to let down even further and re-cuff. The condition is excellent with no flaws of note. This suit was made in the period. True Vintage. Don't mis this opportunity to own a piece of Hollywood memorabilia from the golden age. Fits a man with a 38" chest, Shoulder to shoulder 18" Outside sleeve 24" with more to let out if need be, Jacket length 25.5" Waist 32" Rise 13" Inseam currently 29" with 5" more fabric inside.