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Real Life Mad Men and More Take Ivy

Jun 1st, 2008 | Categories: Japan, Preppy, Style | by Michael Williams

A few more scans from Take Ivy. Specifically, images of the J. Press New Haven shop, the Brooks Brothers flagship and some “Young at Heart” gentlemen from New York City.

Comments: 13

13 Comments to “Real Life Mad Men and More Take Ivy”

  1. Russell Street
    on Jun 1st, 2008
    @ 12:08 PM

    Inspirational stuff as always – Thank you.

  2. TINTIN
    on Jun 1st, 2008
    @ 6:27 PM

    I just realized when I was 9 and 10, I lived in Chapel Hill while the old man was in ‘Nam. No wonder I have a thing for this stuff. Thanks for the self discovery, Michael.

  3. D'02A
    on Jun 1st, 2008
    @ 11:54 PM

    And several of the pictures from Dartmouth/Hanover.
    One is of the old boathouse and the second is a view from Main St. looking across the Green to Baker Tower…None of these still exist. The Hanover Inn has been remade several times and there is a new boat house.

  4. foglite
    on Jun 15th, 2008
    @ 7:25 PM

    One of those storefront shots is also of the J.Press in Harvard Square. Which last I checked was still there selling the exact same clothing, so ring ‘em up.

  5. Ed
    on Aug 5th, 2008
    @ 9:49 AM

    The shot of the 2 guys wearing penny loafers sockless is a hot look. Great picture

  6. Take Ivy « A Continuous Lean.
    on Sep 9th, 2008
    @ 12:38 PM

    [...] More Take Ivy here. [...]

  7. HarvardAlum
    on Oct 14th, 2008
    @ 9:23 PM

    The images of J. Press at left are from Cambridge. The photograph at right is from New Haven.

  8. FRED
    on Jan 23rd, 2009
    @ 10:12 AM

    Truly a fantastic book with lots of info.
    I cannot find anywhere that sells it. Can anyone help…

  9. Amelia Eve
    on Jun 18th, 2009
    @ 12:23 PM

    Man, the trousers are so short! Looks great with the sockless loafers, but it’s another story in winter.

  10. Mary
    on Jun 18th, 2009
    @ 3:59 PM

    I am almost fifty. I grew up “preppy” – buying Lacoste at outlets at the beach in Delaware, wearing Lily and espadrilles, topsiders and 501′s. My uncles, one of them 6″5 and 250 lbs wore blue pants with red crabs, loafers with no socks and polo shirts. Yes, the ribbon belts, too. They all had their suits made in Georgetown, Washington, at the same place for decades. Brooks Brothers was de rigueur. For me, it never really went out so I am glad it’s back in. It’s comfortable, neat and colorful. What’s there not to like?

  11. Alex
    on Jun 19th, 2009
    @ 1:40 AM

    I am a Columbia student. Does anyone have Take Ivy pictures that are from Columbia? Or any pictures of Columbia from that period?

  12. patrick
    on Sep 16th, 2009
    @ 4:03 PM

    Yes, those sockless loafers look hot on the two college guys. This stylish look works best for younger guys with attractive, well-maintained feet that can be shown off when those shoes are slipped off in the library or wherever.

  13. Sockless Shots
    on Nov 8th, 2009
    @ 7:18 AM

    Yes, great sans socks shot!!!