We've got little posters with illustrative work from Jean Darroux. A Parisien tailor who designed several series of designs, probably for other tailors to use.
The 1930s was a decade marked by economic and social change, and this is reflected in the fashion of the time. Men's fashion in the 1930s was characterized by a sleek, tailored look, with clean lines and a focus on practicality.
Above: Offset lithography, design by Jean Darroux, Paris, "The Modern Style" – 1935, No. 5
1930s men's fashion
Suits were the staple of men's fashion in the 1930s, with single- and double-breasted options available. The jackets had broad shoulders and tapered waists, and the trousers were straight-legged with a high rise. Fabrics such as wool, tweed, and flannel were popular choices for suits, and they were often paired with a dress shirt and tie.
Sportswear in the 1930s
In addition to suits, sportswear also played a big role in men's fashion during the 1930s. Knitwear, such as sweaters and cardigans, were popular choices for casual wear. Golfing and tennis outfits were also in vogue, and these were typically made from lightweight, breathable fabrics.
Accessories in 1930s men's fashion
Accessories were an important part of men's fashion in the 1930s. Hats were a must-have, with fedoras and trilby styles being particularly popular. Scarves, gloves, and pocket squares were also commonly worn, and these helped to add a touch of elegance to an outfit.
Above: Offset lithography, design by Jean Darroux, Paris, "The Modern Style" – 1935, No. 15
Buy 1930s men's fashion posters for your interior
Overall, the 1930s was a decade of elegant, refined fashion for men, and it is a style that continues to be admired today. You can find some cool little posters with drawings from this era in our poster collection, capturing the essence of this period of time, showcasing the fashion trends. These little posters are great collectibles for those who are interested in vintage fashion, and they make great pieces of decor for any room in your home. Put them in a frame and you're done!
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