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victorian froack coat in black velvet.  Love love love this coat!

victorian froack coat in black velvet. Love love love this coat!

By 1842, Victoria would have been, 23, and trying to appear very grown up. The skirts are widening (as are the hips and bust line after bearing two children), and do so even more in 1847 when she would have already had five children.

By 1842, Victoria would have been, 23, and trying to appear very grown up. The skirts are widening (as are the hips and bust line after bearing two children), and do so even more in 1847 when she would have already had five children.

Victorian Men's Costume, Dickens Fair Costume, 1840-1860

Victorian Men's Costume, Dickens Fair Costume, 1840-1860

I call them The Gentlemen's Alliance - an organization of men in the modern era who dress in Victorian/Steampunk-like fashion and throw parties and such to entertain the female guest and revive lost romantic traditions and Gentlemenly mannerships. - EH (P.S. im going to write a story out of this)

I call them The Gentlemen's Alliance - an organization of men in the modern era who dress in Victorian/Steampunk-like fashion and throw parties and such to entertain the female guest and revive lost romantic traditions and Gentlemenly mannerships. - EH (P.S. im going to write a story out of this)

Gotta know your top hats. I've always wanted a collapsible top hat, but they are so expensive.

Gotta know your top hats. I've always wanted a collapsible top hat, but they are so expensive.

Literally the first thing I thought when I saw this was "dude's got some serious swag".

Literally the first thing I thought when I saw this was "dude's got some serious swag".

London - Little Ben, just been installed circa 1897.

London - Little Ben, just been installed circa 1897.

Tinkers in London, 1876

Tinkers in London, 1876

TAKING A STROLL THROUGH LONDON: 1899

TAKING A STROLL THROUGH LONDON: 1899

A City Thoroughfare  Gustave Doré and Blanchard Jerrold, ‘London: A Pilgrimage’

A City Thoroughfare Gustave Doré and Blanchard Jerrold, ‘London: A Pilgrimage’