Last Chance Dept.
New York Subway strike of the late ’70s. Bank presidents start wearing sneakers to work.
JFK goes hatless at his inauguration. Good-bye, hats.
Steve McQueen, Sean Connery, Bill Holden discard ties in favor of turtlenecks.
Some of it is progress. Now, marooned for a week in Paris or Osaka, this turtleneck sweater will keep you or me well dressed. Relaxed, but just a little dressy. (Both at the same time.) 55% silk, 45% cashmere. Pretty seductive stuff. Warm, but not heavy, not bulky.
Beautifully detailed and finished. Sleek 7" high ribbed turtleneck. Set-in sleeves. 4" ribbed cuffs. Good with blazers, old tweedy jackets, slacks, jeans. People expect to see a Walther PPK strapped over it, so you don’t even need to bother with that.
Silk/Cashmere Turtleneck, sized for men (No. 1052) and women (No. 1236).
Men’s sizes: S, M, L, XL, XXL.
Men’s Pure Wool Pants (No. 4898). Finely woven. A slightly bolder pattern than typical wool pants. Requires no exceptional acts of courage to wear. Looks particularly dashing with a black turtleneck. Classic fit, two front pleats. Lined to knee. Made in Portugal.
Men’s even sizes: 32 through 46.
Hemming (max: 37") or cuffing (max: 34"), add $2 per pair.
Color: Black and White Glen Plaid.
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Fabric Content: 55% Silk, 45% Cashmere.
Length ranges from 26 1/2” to 28 1/2”. Varies by size.
Care Instructions: Dry Clean Only.