1970’s Carhartt denim vest

Carhartt is a name that has a lot of recognition, so please join us in admiring this 1970’s example of a denim vest in simple classic construction.  It’s no fuss, no muss.  Clean lines, pleasing angles, faux fleece lining, all in the classic indigo wash blue color.   Fun fact!  The founder of the Carhartt brand added the extra “t” to his company’s name so that it would stand out.  Fun fact number two:  The Carhartt company was founded in 1855.  That’s a lot of history!  It makes this vest seem new by comparison.  If we find any older Carhartt, you fans of Monster Vintage will be the first to know.    Click here for more views and sizing information.

 

 

1950’s Mexican-style women’s embroidered vest

¡Que linda!  But don’t take our word for it.  This blue-with-a-shot-of-green vest has big, embroidered flower details and two-toned decorative stitching edging the garment, complemented by a tab collar.  Pair it with a circle skirt or capris and see if you don’t have the song “El Paso” by Marty Robbins in your head too! Click here for details and sizing.

 

Black and blue striped men’s vest

Another timeless article of clothing for men  – and women – is the vest.   This vintage Penney’s interpretation of the vest dates back to the 1940’s.  The black and blue stripes are complimented by grey buttons on the front closure.   Pair it with a t-shirt, muscle shirt, button-down shirt…or no shirt at all!  Click here for more details.

SKU #26456