1940s mens fashion, suits, shirts, ties. The suit trousers were usually flat-fronted or with single pleats. They were worn at the high waist with a 3 inch waist band. Trouser legs were wide around the ankle which are the opposite of today’s “skinny” suits. Usually they were either straight hemmed at the bottom as required during the war or having 2 inch trouser cuff (turnups) which men preferred
Fall 1934 to Winter 1935 Style Book of Windsor Clothing company; rare, personal collection. Notice how peaked, notched and rounded collars were all available. We tend to looking back too simplistically to say notched collars were maimly 20s and peaked 30s.