Monday, March 8, 2010


1936 - Here's one for the books...and for the budget conscious. Buy a shirt for your son that, as he grows while labouring at the mill/factory/mine, can grow with him.  What a novel idea, but didn't they realize that the shirt would only last for so long under such a harsh working environment?  I'd really love to see this one in person - if they were ever produced. I'm sure if we wait long enough, the Japanese market will push this one out.

1917 - Interchangeable sleeves!!

1937 - Another budget conscious purchase. This gives a whole new meaning to textile cannibalization - Holy Cow!! 

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