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The Fashion Guide to Series 3 (1963-4)

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Leather flying suit - tunic

She wears her first flying suit, a leather v-necked tunic with matching trousers, high boots and a black rollneck. The tunic is long-sleeved and tapered at the waist; it zips up the back. There are no pockets and vents on each hip for ease of movement. The trousers are quite baggy - like jodhpurs - also for ease of movement.

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Leather flying suit - large buttons

She wears her favourite flying suit, a leather double-fronted jacket with matching trousers, high boots and a black rollneck. The jacket evokes a chauffeur's uniform and is fasted by six large buttons down the right side, unlike her other flying suits which zip up the back. It has an upright collar, there are no pockets. The trousers are cut tighter than the other flying suits.

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Leather flying suit - tunic

She wears her last flying suit, a leather jacket with matching trousers, high boots and a black rollneck. The jacket evokes a bellhop's uniform; tapered to a chevron cut at the high waist, with two columns of four small, hard buttons on the chest. The jacket zips up the back, there are no pockets. The trousers are tightly cut.

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Leather vest

She wears a heavy leather vest with eight silver buttons. The vest has an upright collar and the wasit is chevron cut at the front, like a doublet. There are two seams running front to back, over each shoulder and the vest is cut tight to the waist.

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