Twill Khaki Pants & More Colors from Vintage 1946

To spruce up a men’s wardrobe, there may be no better option than a great pair of Vintage Twill Pants. Twill is a versatile and comfortable fabric weave perfect for a variety of seasons—and it’s available in colors that run the gamut from conservative to bold. But putting together an outfit with a classic pair of twill khaki pants (or a more adventurous color) can require a little more thought than with, say, the same old denim. Here’s are some great options and a brief outfit guide for pairing different colors of with items you may already own in your wardrobe.

March 21, 2017 by Vintage 1946

Men’s Short-Sleeve Woven Shirts [Fashion Guide]

There’s nothing like a good woven shirt to help you embrace warmer weather. When you choose men’s short-sleeve woven shirts, you class up your wardrobe with an alternative to the usual T-shirt. But if you’re not used to casual button-downs, some questions pop up. What should you wear with them? When are they most appropriate to wear? To answer those questions, we’re sharing our five best tips for pulling off the short-sleeve woven shirt.

March 14, 2017 by Vintage 1946

Retro Clothing for Men from Vintage 1946

It’s not hard to add retro clothing to your closet. You simply hang them up and throw them in. But if you want to add men’s retro clothing to your wardrobe—that is, the clothes you wear on a regular basis—you’re going to have to make sure to purchase items that you’ll truly enjoy wearing. Here are five ways you can give your wardrobe a retro feel without sacrificing modern comfort and style.

March 08, 2017 by Vintage 1946

Three Advantages of Men's Twill Shorts

You look for every advantage in your wardrobe that you can, from insulating sweaters to stylish shoes. But one of the most common areas men forget to optimize is in the type of shorts they wear. Too often, men buy the cheapest shorts, only to find that they don’t last as long and don’t provide the kind of sturdiness that comes with wearing a pair of shorts week in and week out.

February 28, 2017 by Vintage 1946

Men's Seersucker Shorts: It’s Time to Make the Switch

Interested in investing in a quality pair of shorts that you can wear all throughout the warm season? You probably have thought about styles, but not necessarily the fabric weave process itself. If that’s the case, let us introduce you to one of the best options out there: men’s seersucker shorts.

February 21, 2017 by Vintage 1946

Men’s Cotton Twill Shorts

Ready to build that hot weather wardrobe, but not sure where to start? Then let us make the case for Classic Men’s Cotton Twill Shorts in 9” or 7”. These shorts won’t only serve as a staple for your warm weather needs for years to come—they just might become your new favorite shorts, period. Why? Here are five reasons.

February 14, 2017 by Vintage 1946

Men’s Vintage Plaid Shirts: Throwback Fashion

If there’s anything that says “Men’s vintage clothing” like Plaid, we have yet to hear about it. Vintage plaid shirts are both classic and modern, giving you the best of both worlds—and it doesn’t hurt that they’re comfortable to wear, either. If you want to incorporate more men’s vintage plaid in your wardrobe, here are some of our best styles and fashion tips for pulling it off.

February 07, 2017 by Vintage 1946

Vintage Men’s Trousers: Enhance Your Wardrobe

If you could pick just one pair of pants to upgrade your wardrobe, would you do it? It might sound like a stretch at first. But changing the way your outfits look based on one pair of pants is definitely possible. Choose from our selection of vintage men’s trousers to take your wardrobe to the next level.

February 01, 2017 by Vintage 1946

Flat Front Twill Pants: Men's Fashion Trend

Men’s pants have changed a lot in recent years, and 2017 is no different. These days, flat front twill pants are one of our most popular options—and for good reason. How can you capitalize on this trend? We have a few ideas.

January 24, 2017 by Vintage 1946

Men’s Knit Shirts At Work: A Quick Fashion Guide

You love your job. You want to be great at it. You want to dress your best and look the part. There’s just one problem: you also want to feel comfortable while you work. Since you very well can’t work as hard as you like without feeling comfortable, we’ve put together some information on wearing men’s knit shirts at work. Get the best of both worlds. Feel comfortable and look your most professional.

January 17, 2017 by Vintage 1946