1970's Cricketeer Mens Suit
70s -Cricketeer- Mens nut brown, slate blue, and beige, blended wool, three piece suit, having a micro sized Hounds-tooth pattern. Wide lapels notch fromt the collar and flow to the two dark brown buttons fastening the front. A trio of smaller matching ones detail each sleeve placket. Large flaps finish the lower front slip in pockets and a band is used for the one on the left chest. A vent extends 13in up from the center back vent. Inside sage green silky synthetic fabric lines the upper back, sleeves, and sides. The inner front and back, of the accompanying vest, is also from this fabric. Buttons are the same as those on the jacket sleeve plackets. Bands finish each of the lower front slip in pockets and the garment has a shaped front. Wide leg slacks have standard pockets, with a front, buttoned, and flap finished, key pocket, on the right front, above the slip in one below. A hook closes the front waistband, with a zipper fly front below, that has an inner buttoned tab.