German boys fashion in the 1950s.

German boys dresses, costumes, vintage fashion in 1950s.

German boys school class 1948.

German boys school class with teacher 1948. Fashion in German post-war period.

A fine example of the common fashion in the German post-war period 1950s. Shown is a boys school class at school or hiking trip. For this reason they are dressed very practical and spruced. The hair is worn very short, the ears are free, plus a side parting. Waistcoats and jackets, a white shirt, a vest over a sleeveless sweater. Many of the boys wear short pants. The boy left a leather pants with matching suspenders.
The teacher wears a jacket, including a vest, white shirt and tie. The pants are cut wide and striped patterns.

Note:  Girl in lavender color dress with puff sleeves and hair ribbon.

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