Lacoste vintage

Step back in time with vintage Lacoste clothing. Explore our collection of classic pieces that embody the iconic style of Lacoste. Upgrade your wardrobe with these timeless and fashionable finds.
Rocking the “Croc”: This chic 1933 advertising poster for the Lacoste shirt emphasizes its suitability not only for tennis but also for golf and beach. The “croc” logo was an immediate success in France, but not until after World War II did it make its way to the United States, where it quickly gained status among the Ivy League and country-club sets. Clearly, the style was in the crocodile. Lacoste Vintage, Tennis Art, Tennis Aesthetic, René Lacoste, Golf Brands, Creative Box, Anniversary Logo, Lacoste Polo, Marca Personal

Photos: Photos: From J.F.K. to Ralph Lauren Models, the Hallmarks of Preppy Style

Is that poly blend? Three raps over the knuckles with a braided belt! Preppy fashion is all about rules—the standard bearers sniff at synthetics, cleavage, sparkles, and a million other don’ts. But those dictates source originally from the “windswept and privileged” attire of 1920s college men, the supposed first to co-opt athletic gear as daywear in an unstudied, thrown-together way. Preppy, released on October 4 from Rizzoli, lays out the evolution of Ivy style in a sleeker, glossier way…

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1. Rene Lacoste--Rene Lacoste was a well known tennis player who was nicknamed "the crocodile". He designed a short-sleeved cotton knit shirt with a longer tail in the back so it would not pull out when he was playing tennis. He marketed this shirt using the crocodile as the logo. The shirt became very popular and was worn not only for tennis, but also as general sportswear. Lacoste Tennis, Lacoste Vintage, René Lacoste, Tennis Champion, Most Stylish Men, Tennis Shirt, Tennis Legends, Justin Theroux, Vintage Tennis

Lacoste Tennis

1. Rene Lacoste--Rene Lacoste was a well known tennis player who was nicknamed "the crocodile". He designed a short-sleeved cotton knit shirt with a longer tail in the back so it would not pull out when he was playing tennis. He marketed this shirt using the crocodile as the logo. The shirt became very popular and was worn not only for tennis, but also as general sportswear.

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