A neat, gray three-piece suit
A seasonable three-piece business suit. A well-knotted tie lays flat behind a pinstriped vest.
There is a thin silver watch-chain across the front-left of the vest.
Until his untimely death on July 9, 1926, Ray Brannigan catered to the executives of Madison Avenue’s burgeoning advertising scene; looking the part in a neat, gray three-piece suit. It was no wonder that he was known as the “Best-dressed barber in Manhattan.”