50s Vintage Mens Pajamas Shirt Pants Brown Plaid PJ Set M L
This two piece vintage set was originally sold as pajamas in the 1950s. A modern guy would probably use the pieces separately as a great daytime shirt with khakis or jeans and easy comfort pants with just about any top! The shirt is fairly loose to the body, with a flyout collar and gently vee-shaped wrist cuffs. The easy-fit pants are elasticized in back, and have stitched down faux cuffs. All construction seams are flat felled, similar to jeans, so there is no loose edge to fray.
Labeled size B
|Shirt: Length from neck seem||28"||71|
|Shirt: Sleeve length||22"||58.5|
|Pants: Waist at rest/stretched||33"/37"||84/94|
|Pants: Front rise||13""||33|
|Pants: Bottom leg circumference||17"||43|
I love this light weight novelty weave plaid, using beige and sandstone and umber brown with a narrow stripe of variegated thickness cream-to-black that adds a bit of textural interest. Labeled as a dacron/cotton blend.
Master Needles by Weldon
The shirt closes with three large MOP buttons with a matching smaller button a little below the collar. The pants have a button front fly, and have buttoned tabs at the sideseams to adjust fit.
There is some very minor pilling at the neckline and slight yellowish discoloration on some of the inner facing (not seen when worn). No other issues noted.