Contemporary Makers: British Consul's Leather Breeches, Boston, 1790

Fall front, british Consul's leather breeches, Boston, Tan buckskin, fall front with brass and self covered buttons.

Breech fastenings.

Shows the components of a pair of trousers. During weddings, men would wear lavender doeskin pants (a type of leather).

1800-1810 Scottish Pantaloons at the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto - From the curators' comments: "Influenced by Neoclassical taste, pantaloons relied upon the art of a tailor for an impeccable cut that traced and enhanced the 'natural' shape of the leg. They were so tight, ankle slits were required in order to be able to get them on. A high waist emphasized the long, slender physique."

Scottish Pantaloons at the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto - From the…

1880 Suspenders of white satin with floral embroidery done in green, blue, pink, and yellow. Monogram of wearer's initials 'GWM' on both sides at front, just above attached metal buckles. Braided straps

1880 Suspenders White satin with floral embroidery done in green, blue, pink, and yellow. Monogram of wearer's initials 'GWM' on both sides at front, just above attached metal buckles.

Four Pair Gent's Braces, Ma., 1845-1890, Augusta Auctions, April 9, 2014 - NYC, Lot 249

2 pair 1 white silk w/ floral embroidery; 1 black w/ cross-stitch wool floral embroidery;

Download pattern Man's Vest with Removable Chest Pads England, c. 1840

Man's Vest with Removable Chest Pads England, circa 1840 Costumes; principal attire (upper body) Vest: silk satin with supplementary weft-float patterning; pads: cotton twill with cotton wadding Center back length: 19 in.

ese antique Victorian era gentlemen's Crown Make violet embroidered mourning braces suspenders date from 1890. They are made of black silk, with purple violet flowers done in raised padded satin stitch embroidery work.

ese antique Victorian era gentlemen's Crown Make violet embroidered mourning braces suspenders date from They are made of black silk, with purple violet flowers done in raised padded satin stitch embroidery work.

November, 2007 -Tasha Tudor Historic Costume Collection  New Hope, PA    Thin woven cotton, fold down collar, double breasted front with self-fabric buttons, waist seam except for 4" at center back, two pockets with flaps worked into back waist seam, long sleeves and two small buttons at each cuff, brown cotton lining and primary fabric facings, (stains, mends, few buttons worn) good.

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Pantaloons ca. 1830-40 These American pantaloons are made of linen, a common fabric for garment during the Empire period. These tight fitting trouser ended at the ankle. However, some pantaloons were made in calf length. This was a time when the male silhouettes were featured by garments that had a closer cut to the body.

These linen pantaloons date back to This close fitting style was popularized during the French Revolution as an alternative to baggy breeches. Today pantaloons have evolved into the trouser.

Gent's Black Broadcloth Tailcoat, 1830-1845 -whitakerauction.smugmug.com Tasha Tudor Auction

Tasha Tudor Auction - whitakerauction

gilet, chemise et cravate

{Regency style Victorian waistcoat vest} I actually like this style and print.

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