UTILITY CLOTHING

During wartime, fashion was largely determined by necessity and availability; fabric manufacturers, like Moon, concentrated mainly on war-related textiles, with wool being in demand for manufacturing uniforms. The Utility Scheme was introduced making sure goods were produced at reasonable prices and high standards, whilst also meeting the restrictions on raw materials.

6321-A01 6321/A01
Grey Gunclub
6321-B02 6321/B02
Brown Gunclub
P5370 2002-1 PS370/2002/1
Grey Herringbone
P5370 2002-K078 PS370/2002/KD78
Brown Herringbone
Content
100% Wool
Width
148cm
Weight
Gunclub 370 g/lm
Herringbone 370 g/lm

 

Please note: Abraham Moon has made every effort to make the colours on screen as close as possible to the materials produced. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee an exact colour match. Photograph colours will vary depending on your screen settings and resolution.

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