Antwerp, Belgium, 1965. I'm on a busy commercial street, the name of which translates as Queen Astrid's Lane. Back then everybody wore suits. Even guys working in the sewer wore suits, though not their Sunday best. Hats had already lost favor, but the custom of hand in pocket could not be ignored. The sweater was a necessity, not a fashion statement.
This is a photo taken at the 1958 Brussels World Fair by my grandfather. The looming globe is called the Atomium, and still stands today, refurbished and improved for its 50th anniversary last year. The sphere visible in the photo serves as an observation platform. For more information on the Atomium, go here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atomium.