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September 27, 2021


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My post about shackets coming soon. I had one of the original CPO shirts, in a sturdy navy melton cloth. But in Michigan ca. 1964, "hipsters" had not been invented, we would have called them beatniks. The COP shirt was a preppy uniform, worn with Levis (often 'white' ones, which were actually ecru) and a burgundy v-neck, had to be burgundy.

This year, any jacket with a shirt collar and button closure gets called a shirt-jacket even if it is down-stuffed.

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