Thursday, 14 November 2013

Menswear - Jon & His Vintage Wardrobe


From teenage punk, pin-up boy to Madchester shoegazer, Jon's always been into his clothes.


Some looks more successful than others. 


But even in the heady days of rock stardom it was secondhand all the way, baby.


A man's gotta to get his priorities right, less cash spent on clothes meant more left for The Haçienda (Watch 24 Hour Party People if you don't know what I'm talking about).


You're already familiar with mine so it's high time Jon shared a few of his vintage finds.

Check out his customised coat rack - a fusion of stuff from jumble sales
Living in the UK we're in coats & jackets for most of the year so it makes sense to have a few to choose from.

1959 British Army greatcoat, West German leather trench (bought off Birmingham Rag Market in the 1980s), Hardy Amies fake fur car coat, Dhobi cashmere coat (my Grandpa's), Foster Menswear vinyl car coat, Hardy Amies fake fur.
He'd started to lose the will to live after snapping a few of them.

Lee 1970s deadstock cord blazer, 1960s fringed suedette jacket, Unworn seersucker Paul Smith blazer, 1970s linen safari jacket, 1960s frock coat & a 1970s tweed blazer.

From left: Austin Reed tweed number, unnamed 1960s, Diesel Black Gold collection (all charity shops)

Waistcoats are sexy.


Cravats are cool, too.


No man's wardrobe is complete without a groovy scarf.

All Tootal except the Etro one (50p from a car boot sale) on the right. 

Like any right-minded man, Jon's not afraid to embrace colour.


Pink being his favourite.

Indian-made cheesecloth hoodie

Here's some of his 1960s knits:


And a few of his favourite shirts.

Orange and brown psychedelic number courtesy of sexilicious Helga
We've noticed that it's usually women who spoil their men's fun, nagging them to put psychedelic shirts and loud jackets back and to "grow up" when they visit our stall at vintage fairs. Listen up men, any woman who dictates how you should dress needs to be dumped.


Here's Jon's Tips For Successful Second-hand Shopping:

1. Try It On
Despite what some might say, decent vintage menswear isn't hard to come by, finding the right size is. If it doesn't fit walk away and leave it for someone else (me!). 

Too bastard big!
2. Never Say Never
Find something in your size but isn't something you'd normally wear - tuxedo, a tailcoat or a flashy suit? Buy it. One day the right occasion will come along and you'll be ready without needing to run round the shops in a mad panic (and bankrupting yourself in the process).

One day, one day...
1960s Aquascutum suit ready for that fancy pants invite
These bad boys might be making their debut soon

3. Take A Risk
Perfect fit, great price but a bit tatty? There's little that can't be slung in the washing machine on a delicate setting or spot cleaned with some Poundland stain remover or white vinegar. Don't miss an exceptional pair of shoes if the soles have gone. Our cobbler charges £15 for a complete resole, definitely worth it if the shoes are spectacular.

At just 50p, I'd be mad not to get them fixed

4. Sew What?
Learn to replace buttons & zips, darn holes and fix ripped seams. Make straight jeans into skinnies, shorten legs and turn knackered trousers into shorts and you'll save loads. There's no shame in knowing your way with a needle. Running to your mother/wife/girlfriend every time you need something mending is a lot less manly.

Handmade by me from a moth-eaten tweed jacket, an Italian army jacket and a few zips
...and here it is in action.
5. Be Your Own Man
Fancy labels and following trends are for idiots who don't know their own minds. Don't be dictated to by girlfriends or no-mark celebrities. Haters can f*ck right off. Wear what you like, never dress to please.


Got a bloke with no interest in clothes? Leave him be and get yourself a Barbie doll to play dress up with. You'd be outraged if a man tried to change you so why is the reverse seen as acceptable?

See you soon!

PS Updated to link Jon's latest second-hand purchase, the R Soles boots he's wearing in the top photo, to Bella's Shoe Shine.

91 comments:

  1. I love love love that post! And I'm sorry not living in the UK right now ;)

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  2. FABULOUSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS.
    Victor´s wardrobe is also second hand, yeahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
    Why pay a fortune?
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

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  3. I already was a fan ( Music) but now im bigger fan - such a great wardrobe! Love this post!
    Going to show my hubbie ......
    Xxx

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  4. Oh I agree totally. The other day I saw a couple in an op shop and each one had to get the other's approval before they bought anything. How boring is that? Life's no fun unless you take a few risks and find your own style.

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  5. Go Jon! Great post. Get those shorts on ~ photos please! ;)

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  6. Haha! This is great, really made me chuckle. Good to see things from a male perspective. I am very impressed by that hybrid jacket you made, it's pretty amazing and looks great on. I like to see a man dressed with personality, it shows confidence.
    Those bad boy shorts (the red and blue stripy ones) shout my dad! He had an orange pair. That Aquascutum suit looks beautiful as does that linen safari jacket. I'm going to stop making a list, it's all too nice. Your wardrobe is amazing Jon! Thanks for sharing it. xx

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  7. I don't know where to start!! Jon is a true icon and I'd love to steal some of his secrets for me!I'm one of those persons who thinks that style is innate and you can't force your partner to dress up like a doll if he feels better in jeans and t-shirts!I worked in a menswear shop and I was surprised at how many wives and mothers had the will to use their partners / sons as reclutant mannequins!I felt so sorry for them...
    I really love all the coats, especially the military one and the fake furs, the shirts are wonderful and my favourite piece is the Italian army jacket reloaded, stunning!
    I really enjoy reading this post and have a closer look at Jon's wardrobe and at his personality!
    Love to you and Jon xxxxx

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  8. I do like to ask what other people think when I've found something I like in a shop, but I think it's just out of politeness; if I like it, I'll be buying it anyway. And vice versa; just because I don't like a leather jacket he's found doesn't mean he shouldn't buy it if he wants to.

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  9. Ahhh you and Jon are so perfect for each other: both utterly vintagetastic and amazing.

    Must admit I didn't recognise him with hair in those first photos though!

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  10. I loved reading this post! Jon is one hunk a spunk, & he oozes such individual style. I love the jackets, vests, polo knits & shirts, not to mention the shoes. Sometimes our blokes need a little encouragement to think outside the square fashion wise. I love the fact that the Captain is getting more adventurous with his style. Thanks for sharing Jon! Xx

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  11. Brilliant post Jon has an amazing choice of clothes. Love those swimming shorts I got John into that style when we went on our honeymoon he liked them but wasn't sure he had the confidence but hey he looked amazing and after a while he felt it to as he was different to everyone else, he said they were him. He is just starting to find out who he is and what he likes and that is a fun journey to be part of. I think its easier for women we know what we like and have more confidence to change. You and Jon are a very stylish couple. dee xxx

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  12. I think Jon looks fab and I bet we were at the Hacienda at the same time - what was his band called??

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  13. magnificent stuff! Jon's wardrobe is fab, the ringmaster jacket is just awesome, and I am very fond of the waistcoats and cravats too! Chazza's are the best place for 'special outfits' too, my Dad's tux came out the charity shop, he seems to wear it a lot! x x x

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  14. Adore his shoes in the first photograph and I love the colour and shape too.

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  15. What a fab wardrobe John has! Its so good to see men vintage - so much of it gets swept away by all the pretty dresses for ladies. And i agree - let the bloody men dress as they like! unless they're a complete dag...

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  16. "Waistcoats are sexy"

    Wise words! Love this post, far too few men blogging about vintage fashion out there. Some lovely finds there as well!

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  17. Great post! Absolutely fabulous and I enjoyed it very much!

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  18. Fantastic post! As others have said you two really are match made in heaven.

    Some of the coats I remember my dad wearing and he was always very dapper. Made me smile thinking of him, thank you.

    Very good advice for the ladies too, don't dress your, man let him be him. After all surely thats who you feel for in the first place right?

    X x

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  19. i like his style..i like guys who are into style..not just into expensive suits!

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  20. Great post, shall be showing this to the boyfriend.
    Both you and Jon have great style and that coat made from different bits and pieces is spectacular.
    x

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  21. There is NOTHING like a Dapper Man who OWNS IT. My Dapper Man can work a charity shop and has the stalking skills required for eBay - so now wears Gieves & Hawkes suits, Harris tweeds, and Loake brogues - he is RUINED. Why buy chain store when you can buy a Versace suit (£1200 in the SALE are you MAD???) for £12.50? He doesn't give a jot for labels but likes gentlemanly clothes in beautiful fabrics. (Hello Dior cashmere and lambswool overcoat for £20.00). But you've got to take care of your charity shop karma - good stuff in - good stuff out.

    Jon is an inspiration. I could never figure out the dress-your-man thing; I'm an enabler if anything LMAO!

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  22. FAB-ulous post - it's great fun to see into Jon's closet and get his advice. My husband will be reading this! Wow Jon was, and is, a pin-up indeed. xox

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  23. Hi there!! Jon has such a fabulous eye for style and his wardrobe is totally awesome, I'm so loving his boots! xx

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  24. What a cool post it was great to hear a different perspective on clothes and the male opinion.

    I think you always look well turned out and your own man.

    My other half has no real interest in clothes these days apart from the practical side. And its funny because he like to hear my opinion on what he's buying I am honest if I like or don't like something but it is always his choice. Its funny but its something I have never really thought about before!

    Love the made over jacket too really cool.


    P x

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  25. What a perfect couple you are!
    Jon's wardrobe is amazing. A perfect collection of coats and jackets.

    Thank you so much for sharing, I love all your posts and can't wait for the next one xx

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  26. Now that is an impressive collection ... you two are a match made in vintage heaven.
    xx

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  27. Wow! Jon's wardrobe almost rivals yours. He looks so darn cool in his confidently worn vintage. I like the idea of having clothes in reserve, "just in case" --justifies much of what I own :).

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  28. Jon's a legend, who clearly need his own blog (or at the very least a regular spot on yours, Vix!)
    I love it all, love Jon's thrifty, mend it and recycle, stylish, colourful, take a risk approach! Just brilliant. And so many really top quality things too - Hardy Amies, Paul Smith and Aquascutum, nice!
    Give him a big hug from me, tell him he'll always be a total Rock Star, and to get that red tail coat worn asap!xxxxxxxxx

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  29. I have so much love for Jon right now! What a great post and attitude! Hope you both go somewhere fancy soon so we can see that Aquascutum suit in action!

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  30. "No mark celebrities". Hahaha. That's like something I would say! Fantastic post, Jon (and you). I've always contemplated blogging about Jim's vintage and Hawaiian shirts. Might do that one day... Blimey, that red jacket is a beaut. xx

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  31. I love this post! Jon's style is so cool. I totally agree with you some guy I have been talking to recently said I was weird/looked weird so I told him I am quirky and unique and where to go!! lol

    http://hayleythrills.blogspot.com

    http://www.youtube.com/users/hayleythrills

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  32. Jon has a wardrobe to die for! Those coats are just incredible. And that red tailcoat? Wow! He wears all of it so well and obviously has fun doing it! Rock on, Jon!

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  33. FABULOUS!!! I'm in awe at Jon's fantastic wardrobe and marvelous taste (he's with you Vix so that he has freakin' amazing taste is obvious!!)

    Some men like Jon, Helga's G-man, and SheilaEphemera's "L" are natural peacocks. They have the style and confidence to wear ANYTHING.

    My Lauren is a sparrow--he's only comfortable in plain styles and colors--altho I have managed to get him to wear brighter colored shirts. But his ensemble usually consist of khaki pants, knit polo shirt (short sleeve or long-but now in bright colors) and a V-neck flat knit pullover sweater in cold weather.

    The sparrow guys are needed so the peacock guys can stand out even more!!!

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  34. Fabulous post. Jon is stylish and brilliant, like you Vix. A perfect partnership!

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  35. What a style king - you two make the perfect couple! I think Mr R&B could do with some encouragement from Jon!

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  36. such a fabulous post, love it!!, "wear what you like, never dress to please", that's a fabulous motto!!
    Love to watch his amazing wardrobe, particularly his selfmade jacket!
    besos & attitude

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  37. He is the most stylish dresser. I especially love that military jacket. I so enjoyed seeing all his wardrobe and I have to say I giggled a bit when I saw those short shorts.

    Vintagehoneybee.blogspot.com

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  38. ONE ON MY MOST FAVORITE BLOG POSTS EVER. I love your advice (Wear what you like, never dress to please, and Listen up men, any woman who dictates how you should dress needs to be dumped.) and Jon's advice (Take A Risk) and seeing a lifelong love of vintage from a man's perspective. THANK YOU for having great taste in men, and for sharing his wardrobe. xo!

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  39. Jon was is and always will be ROCK-N-ROLL! Those boots make me a bit mental with how over the top they are, they suit Jon to a friggin T. I know so few men with style so when I see one it's refreshing! The fact that he can do his own mending too, hot dignity DAM!! I also love that he just wears what he wants and that seems to cover a whole lot! That fringed beauty is killer but I really do adore the long sleeve with pink and purple flowers, can you hear me swooning from all the way over here???

    Thanks for sharing Jon! I don't wanna change how Chris dresses but I would love someone like you to influence him into a new direction, but like you said I would not want someone to tell me how to dress so I shut it :)
    LOVEUBOTH!!!!!! Speak soon VIX!!!
    XXOOXXOO

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  40. Awesome post. I recently bought The Doctor a 3-piece suit from the 1970's, for $2! He worn it to a wedding and got rave reviews from anyone. I think men sometimes have it harder than women do to "dress right". We get jewelry, hair color, shoes and they get khakis on casual friday. Poor babies.

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  41. Fab, you are a unique and stylish pair. I have a few gorgeous Tootal scarves and a Tootal dressing gown,that were my Dads. I love to wear them and remember him. That's the thing with vintage,it also comes with a history and memories.
    Twiggy x

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  42. Thank you Jon for sharing your wardrobe, and very nice too. I agree with never trying to dress your man, as ling as mine is tidy when we go out, that is all that matters to me! You two are so perfectly matched!

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  43. Jon normally I use words like fabulous, amazing, wonderful to compliment your gorgeous Vix. But such words don't seem appropriate to use now. So I'm going to say Jon you ROCK. I love your wardrobe, the cord jacket and the red this certainly caught my interest as did the jacket you customised. You're a legend and I love your style and attitude. Thanks for sharing with us.

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  44. I need to get my husband to do a guest post like this one.

    That orange long coat is brilliant.

    I want my man to wear one of those cravats. Very sexy.

    bisous
    Suzanne

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  45. Jon is breathtakingly chic. His closet looks just as magical as yours. (Play in Vix's closet is on my Bucket List, as is going to the pub with Curtise and Vix :)

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  46. Thanks for sharing Jon's wardrobe! I love crazy men's western shirts and often wear them myself :)

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  47. Farking rock the hell ON, Jon, you luciously stylish BEAST!!!!
    A wardrobe to die for!!! G is sleeping right now, when he awakes, this post will be better than coffee! Such stupendous and worthy words of wisdom too!!! Love that creation; goes to show what you can do with a little imagination!
    Love Helga xxxXXXxxx

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  48. Very cool. My favorite guy won't wear a thing that's preowned! ):

    Paige. Kaydove.com

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  49. Fantastic collection - the red tail coat is just gorgeous. I loved this post - thanks for sharing.xxx

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  50. Hear, hear, great wardrobe. Love the zip jacket.
    Love from Mum
    xx

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  51. Love the 60s 'fingertip' jacket! All the lads in Retford in the 60s were still wearing those and crepe soled shoes. Not the money to keep up back in this days.

    My beloved isn't up to being dressed, if it ain't navy he doesn't want it! However, I've found some good charity shop shirts he wears regularly so I haven't completely given up hope.

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  52. I loved this post - you and Jon are two peas in a pod! He is definitely one of the consistently coolest dressed guys I've ever seen (Helga's G-Star is on the short list too). I can only dream about finding a guy like Jon who loves vintage shopping and wearing waistcoats and cravats. I think if a guy showed up at my door in that red tailcoat, I'd have to marry him ;)

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  53. Awesome - just loved this post. Jon has an amazing sense of style and I will definitely be showing my Dear H this post. The selection of jackets and waistcoats was almost too much for me to take in. The red tail coat is quite spectacular - I wonder what he will wear it with???

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  54. This is proof, if proof were needed that you were made for each other. I wanted my husband to embrace the Victorian street urchin look a few years ago when Take That were doing it. He was having none of it!

    Jon has a wonderful wardrobe. Except for those trunks...

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  55. Love practically everything in his wardrobe - and he wears it all so well.

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  56. It is fortunate that Jon is of a more "universal" size. I have thrifted some cool stuff for my guy but it is so hard because his size is so odd. He "lets" me buy stuff for him because he's so frustrated when he goes out himself. I drool over some of the menswear I see in all the wrong sizes -- but sometimes I buy that for myself!

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  57. When Himself and I first started going out you wouldn't believe the number of people, including his own sister, who complimented me on improving his dress sense! They all assumed I had taken on the buying his clothes, but I hadn't. I just happily went shopping with him and whilst I will admit I did guide him away from one or two hideous shirts I otherwise just gave him the encouragement to go for it and then left him to it.

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  58. Jon is one snappy dresser. You're right about not changing your man - my hubby was so sick of wearing a suit for years working in the jewellery trade that now he wears nothing but jeans and Abercrombie & Fitch hoodies. I'm not a fan but hey, I have fun dressing Adam - that is until he wants to dress himself! Xo

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  59. Totally loved this post!
    Very cool in vintage....and so true about guys having their own style. Mine is a tee shirt & Levis type of guy & my daughter's boyfriend is a total metrosexual...while she is just like her dad! Have a great weekend Vix!

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  60. Hello there!!! WHat a great post!!! I love Jon's wardrobe (and doesn't he look the same in those young photos! It's only the hair that's changed!) and the tips are great!x

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  61. Wow! I love Jon's wardrobe. He definitely got a great fashion sense. I enjoyed this post and it's actually good to know that a guy is doing some fashion blogs. The tips are awesome as well. We could use all those tips.

    RedDressShoppe.com

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  62. What a treat to see Jon's things. He always looks great and very cool in any picture I've seen (yes, even the blue track suit). You two make a good couple!

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  63. I love Jon's look! So lucky he's into vintage. Its a total turn on that he sews too! Love that! I think all men should wear hats they look good and baseball caps don't count.:-D

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  64. I love Jon's look! So lucky he's into vintage. Its a total turn on that he sews too! Love that! I think all men should wear hats they look good and baseball caps don't count.:-D

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  65. These are perfect, I love that greatcoat, and vests. There's nothing like a mighty secondhand score! Happy weekend. xx/Madison

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  66. We all knew he was a cool dude but this wander round Jon's wardrobe just proves how right we were. LOVE the waistcoats and cravats, (so sexy) and the cord jacket and vintage suit are quality. Not quite sure about those blue trunks, meat and two veg could make a bid for freedom in those bad boys!

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  67. Talk about a perfect match! Your hottie has great style!
    x0
    d

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  68. I absolutely love your style, but PLEASE can Jon have a regular section? He has such a fantastic wardrobe and the red tailcoat is to die for!

    So much love for this post!
    xx

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  69. Great post Jon! you look fab!

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  70. Oh no, I must break the 69 comments! Sorry about that! LOL
    Awesome pictures! Your man is a young Brian Eno in his dapper and intelligent wardrobe. Always a breath of authenticity visiting here.

    Hello from the other side of the planet Vix!

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  71. I agree, waistcoats are sexy! And Jon is already such a familiar face on your blog Vix, looking dapper in so many of your pics, that it's interesting to see his clothes collection too, you make a very stylish couple. Pat mostly buys second hand too, though he's not that interested in clothes . I can't understand women who dress their men, or vice versa either, I would hate it either way, buying Pat's clothes would make me feel like I was his mum! xx

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  72. ..... oooh can you tell me more about that bag (first wardrobe rail pix - bag under rail on the right) is it Moroccan?

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  73. What a great post! Thank you, Jon for taking all those pictures and for sharing your wardrobe. I cannot believe that women are so rude about their partner's style. Mr SS has great style - he asks my opinion but goes his own way. And picks out great clothes and boots for me xx

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  74. Great post! Will show to Dan at first possibility. Know he'll get a kick out of it. He's a kindred spirit. He's the one with the vintage cashmere coat, not me!
    It's somewhat easier to get decent menswear in thrift stores, much less in consignment. But the quality is still low ... and lots from the very elderly ( okay, recently deceased is more accurate.)
    And Dan's size is a lot easier to find, as he is a regular sized person!
    Grand style, your Jon. Excellent!

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  75. Dude's got style! He should start his own fashion blog!

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  76. Jon is always dapper, you two are a perfect match.

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  77. A match made in Vintage Heaven the pair of you! LOVE Jon's vintage wardrobe with so many treasures - I covet everything! xx

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  78. You're so well matched you two - in style, interests and approach to life. Jon's a deeply cool bloke, so it's good to see him get a whole post to himself!

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  79. Wow! Jon has a great sense of style! Would wish my Mr. could share my love for vintage too but he's not much into it... A mess. But at least he likes to wear bright colors too :) XX Tani

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  80. AWESOME! i enjoyed reading this post so much ...(while singing some old charlatans classics, that just came to my mind) ... my man will appreciate this post. he's so unhappy about the small amount of posts about men's fashion.

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  81. Love the clothes and love the advices, so true -
    Mr D is very conventional, but i let him be and he leaves me be - Perfect match -

    Arianexo

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  82. Wow, Jon surely have great taste and takes pride in what he wears.. that a good rare quality in men!

    REGARDS FROM DUBAI xxx
    MRS JACK OF ALL TRADES
    http://mrsjackofalltradesdaily.blogspot.ae/

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  83. Joncito is the law! I love all his wardrobe, especially that brown fringed suede coat. He reminds me of Sherlock Homes actor in his rock star days.

    besos

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  84. I love the way Jon dresses!
    He has QUITE the taste in clothing.
    And I am crazy over all his coats.

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  85. QUITE the epic collection! Loving all his colorful pieces, and he really does pull it all off beautifully.

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  86. Jon is a male style icon.
    There is nothing more attractive than a man who follows his own tune. Thanks for the show!

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  87. Great blog! Good to know theres at least one male out there not prepared to wear 'Burton' or 'Topman' crap! Cravats!!!! Waistcoats!!! I was born in the wrong era! They are items of clothing which make a man so distinguished and sexy and yet now a days all they want to wear are hoodies & tracksuit bottoms or bloody awful skinny jeans lol. HELP!!! If you find a time machine can you ping me back to either the 1600s or 1800s! either will be grand lol

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  88. I loved this post, there's nothing better than having a husband/partner who likes his clothes just as much as we do :)
    I showed this to Mr D, of course and he loved it too!

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  89. Great post!
    I was only thinking yesterday about car coats and driving gloves, and wondering why there were special ones for wearing in cars!

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  90. He's one stylish guy! The shoes in the top photo are fab and I always love a man in a waistcoat ... M x

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  91. Argh everything is turning up in my reader out of sequence... Jon is one snazzy dresser and has your knack for finding bargains! I so wish I could get Dan into vintage, he used to wear a few vintage shirts, but now its just jeans and tees. Although he does look so handsome in his tux when he has a mason meeting. (Plus I got him cool McQueen skull cufflinks -- back when I was working & could afford it!) and skull stud buttons so at least he does it with some style, as everyone always comments on how "cool" it is and unlikely to see with a tux! XXX

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