8 Vintage Men’s Accessories Clipart
Today we have a handsome collection of Vintage Men’s Accessories Clipart! Men’s Fashion is so unique and our set is the same. Included is a Vintage Leather Gloves Advertising Image with lovely cream and sepia colors. We also have three fun Black and White Ads for Men’s Collars and three Men’s Neckwear Graphics from an 1889 Fashion Catalog. I think these would be perfect on a Handmade Card for Dad on Father’s Day! Additionally, they could make some fun Masculine Wall Decor pieces in a study or closet.
Vintage Men’s Gloves Trade Card
Vintage Men’s Accessories Clipart
This is a fun black and white Ad for Men’s Collars. It comes from an 1880’s Victorian Fashion Catalog! This Royalty Free Vintage advertising is fun to read. The height must have been an important feature as this one reads, “Height Above Back Buttonhole 1-7/8 Inches.” The Trade Mark is Pequot Linen.
Above is another Men’s Collars Black and White Ad from the same Fashion Catalog! This one seems very high – the front is 2-1/8 inches and the back is 1-1/2 inches from the buttonholes. The ad is for the E.W. Trade Mark Palatka Linen. The typography is pretty unusual and interesting on this one.
The final Black and White ad from the Victorian Fashion Catalog is also for Men’s Collars. This one is fairly short with a “one inch space when buttoned.” This collar has the E. W. Germanic Trade Mark and says it has 3 Ply Bands. Fun!
Here we have a Free Vintage Clip Art Men’s Collars and Cuffs Image! Featured above is an old Public Domain image of Men’s old fashioned cuffs and collars. They’re so heavily starched that they can stand up on their own! This image is from a rare early 1900’s Printer’s book!
Antique Men’s Neckwear Graphics
Pictured above is a fancy Men’s Neckwear Drawing from an 1889 Fashion Catalog. It is an Ascot, which is a formal necktie. An Ascot is worn with morning dress and tied with a knot. It is sort of a scarf worn over the shirt and secured with a pin that makes a statement.
Here is another Men’s Neckwear Illustration in Black and White. I find it so stylish! It is a white neck tie with ridges. I wonder if could it go with a white tie and tails outfit?
Above is the final Black and White Men’s Neckwear Graphic from the 1800s Fashion Catalog. This one is a short black neck tie with large round dots. I really like the contrasting fabrics on this one.
I hope you enjoyed this curated collection of Vintage Men’s Accessories Clipart! You might also like our Father’s Day Images HERE.