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Men’s Vintage 60s Take 6 Jacket White Blue Check Plaid Jacket 1960s Vintage Dress Jacket, Vintage Blazer, Vintage Menswear, Vintage Jacket,

Men’s Vintage 60s Take 6 Jacket White Blue Check Plaid Jacket 1960s Vintage Dress Jacket, Vintage Blazer, Vintage Menswear, Vintage Jacket,

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Men’s Vintage 60s Take 6 Jacket White Blue Check Plaid Jacket 1960s Vintage Dress Jacket, Vintage Blazer, Vintage Menswear, Vintage Jacket, Peacock Revolution 🦚

This jacket has been stored since the 1960s in a trunk with various other items and remains pretty much untouched some very minor marks from wear on an exceptionally dapper white/cream base with piercer blue checked plaid, lined in white a mixture of polyester and wool

Measurements are as follows

Chest 38”
Waist 36”
Length 32”
Inside Sleeve 18”
Outside Sleeve 26”
Shoulders 16”

Take six was one of the leading stores on Carnaby Street in the swinging 60s

By the 1960s, Carnaby Street was popular with followers of the mod and hippie styles. Many independent fashion designers, such as Mary Quant, Marion Foale and Sally Tuffin, Lord John, Merc, Take Six, and Irvine Sellars, had premises in the street, and various underground music bars, such as the Roaring Twenties, opened in the surrounding streets. Bands such as the Small Faces, The Who and The Rolling Stones appeared in the area, to work (at the legendary Marquee Club round the corner in Wardour Street), to shop, and to socialise, so it became one of the coolest destinations associated with 1960s Swinging London.

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