Oh, vintage fashion. Sometimes the years gracefully age what was once popular. Other times, they are not so kind. I leave it to you to decide which is which of the following photos.
I was almost too distracted by the sweater vest to notice the guitar slung over his shoulder in a very awkward manner.
If your family gets jealous of your awesome sweater vest, you can just make them their own. Pair with a turtle neck for the perfect look!
It’s hard to look cool climbing into a swimming pool with a bright purple sweater on. You try it.
These “rib-tickler” vests were designed to be extremely tight so the granny square pattern would stretch out and contrast against the undershirt.
What’s with the belt? Seriously – the is the second picture of a sweater vest with a belt on top (see photo #1).
I’m not sure there are words for this picture.
Check out more “inspiring” men’s fashion in our post, What NOT to Crochet for Dad.
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