UNIFORM | Vintage Barbour

Nothing beats a Barbour, except maybe a vintage Barbour. My eyes have been feasting on these old Barbour catalogues (all those great fonts!) from the 1920s-1980s and then almost welled up at the weekend weather forecast in L.A., low 80s and sunny. Most images sourced from here.

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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

These are amazing. I love that Barbour has always been a tomboy brand!

C said...

I bought myself a Barbour international last summer-- best money I have ever spent. It's getting to the point where the edges and seams are just starting to fade and the courderoy collar crumples. I can't wait until it gets properly worn. And just perfect for grey days in Pittsburgh with a big sweater and boots.

Gill Mclean said...

Love this post!
I've always loved Barbour, especially the Liberty collaboration. Can't wait for the weather here in LA to cool down just a little more so i can dig mine out of the cupboard! I'd love to visit the factory in South Shields, near Newcastle, England some day. It looks amazing!

That's Not My Age said...

One of my friends used to work at Barbour - they have some great parkas this autumn.