Mining America's past for inspiration can yield a host of treasures, though if they're National you better be prepared for Nic Cage to show up and try to steal them, along with any enjoyment that was left in The Wicker Man. For Americana-ish gear ol' Snake Eyes won't steal -- because it won't fit over his lizard skull rings -- check Boulevard Clothing.
From a Crewe-based...crew, this just-launched label slings a wide swathe of casual retro swaddling, much of which takes its cues from mid-20thC American style, so wear this to Vietnam, they'll totally love you! Substantial OG looks include a white-sleeved, bright red Varsity Jacket they note puts them "only 50 years behind the US", a handful of grandparent-y, diamond-patterned cardigans, and a triptych of plaid button-downs in black, navy, or "Rich Blue", though now that they're in Eurovision, it probably won't stay that way. Lighter fare, meanwhile, ranges from a pair of '60s-esque pin-striped boardies, to short-sleevers like the logo'd Classic Tee, with old-school typography reminiscent of '50s diners & bowling alleys, and Power To The People, which's emblazoned with the Coriolanus quote "What is the city but the people?", to which the obvious answer is "Tons of pigeon sh*t".
Should you need something to stash it all, there's even a hip-hugging green satchel dubbed the "It's not a purse! Retro Bag", which they promote by noting "Indiana Jones [had] one", invoking a beloved series that Nic would gladly suck the enjoyment out of had Shia not already beat him to it.