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How Did Men Dress in the 50's?

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Men's fashion in the 1950's were mostly suits. They were almost always made of flannel, or other heavy fabic, such as wool. Men dressed conservatively, and they had little variation in their clothing. Taking off the suit jacket was frowned upon except at home, when men were expected to relax in their white shirt and suit trousers. When men went out in public, they were expected to wear hats. The fedora was a popular choice. The color of the hat was expected to match the suit. Popular colors were muted browns, charcoal gray, and navy blue.
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