It was, their specialities prior to Teddy Boy outfits were American fashions, the sort where you could put a pack of Lucky Strikes in the shirt pocket and just flip one out as per Alan Ladd or one of the other Hollywood stars, they specialised in Drape Jackets and also shirts that had that most important feature the cut back collar so that the loud tie could be tied with a Windsor Knot. They also introduced the button down collar (no good for a Windsor Knot in a big tie, but ideal with the knitted square end ties and yes I wore them all with a DA hairstyle. God I thought I was the King, especially as I dropped off the 5a or the 7 while it was still travelling quite fast before the stops in Victoria Square...Some fancy men's fashion being described here! Men's dress must have really been turned upside down by the likes of Zissmans and Nelson House.
Going further back again, this drawing is the corner or Moor Street and Dale End. Which road was Dale End? To the right? Viv.
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