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1946 Collection

The men's clothes from 1946 were different from before. World War Two had just finished, so people wanted fun, and new styles after so many hard years. The vintage-inspired suits went from stiff and structured to loose and relaxed fitting. Designers also used bold, bright colors - rich reds, emerald greens, colors folks hadn't seen in a long time. They also used big, bold patterns and prints, way different from the plain suits in the 1930s.  

Another big change was lightweight materials like breathable cotton and linens instead of heavy wool. These fabrics were much cooler for the hot summer months. Men wore the laidback new styles with snazzy fedoras, bow ties, and suspenders. All in all, the 1946 men's clothes were casual and comfy suits in cheerful colors and prints.