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Joseph Haspel founded Haspel in New Orleans in 1909 with the express aim of creating clothing that could be worn comfortably in the sub-tropical humidity of the Deep South. Owing to the connections between New Orleans and Princeton, Haspel's seersuckers--and then pincords, and wash-and-wear--worked their way into being a staple of summer Ivy Style.

This is a lovely example of a vintage Haspel Wash-and-Wear pincord suit. Cut with a contemporary two-button front and darting, this is half-lined in traditional cream and has a single center vent. It features four button cuffs, and was Union Made in the USA. The trousers are flat-front and cuffed.

This does have one very small flaw--a small mark on one shoulder, as shown--and so this is in Very Good/Excellent condition.

Asking just $35, or offer, boxed and shipped in the USA.


Chest: 19 1/4
Sleeve: 24 1/2 (+1)
Shoulder: 17 3/8
Length: 30

Waist: 16
Inseam: 29 1/2, with 1 1/2" cuff.


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