Men's Fashion of the 1880s  mr. Daltry

Men's Fashion of the 1880s mr. Daltry

Victorian Men's Clothing - 1880s

Victorian Men's Clothing - 1880s

陸奥亮子 ryoko mutsu

陸奥亮子 ryoko mutsu

Mens fashion 1940's~ timeless look

Mens fashion 1940's~ timeless look

Gent wearing light vest, medium toned trousers and double breasted coat. Shown with tie and hat.

Gent wearing light vest, medium toned trousers and double breasted coat. Shown with tie and hat.

1880s Men with Bowler Hats - Forgotten Faces and Long Ago Places:  http://forgottenfacesandlongagoplaces.blogspot.com/2012/11/sepia-saturday-dashing-young-men-with.html#

1880s Men with Bowler Hats - Forgotten Faces and Long Ago Places: http://forgottenfacesandlongagoplaces.blogspot.com/2012/11/sepia-saturday-dashing-young-men-with.html#

Hair: combed and parted; large mustache extending past lips. Simple lapels and jacket joins together above buttons then extends outward. Tweed or wool material. The Barrington House

Hair: combed and parted; large mustache extending past lips. Simple lapels and jacket joins together above buttons then extends outward. Tweed or wool material. The Barrington House

Vintage Photos ~ The Sartorialist ~ 1940's or 1950's London. Uncle of publisher.

Vintage Photos ~ The Sartorialist ~ 1940's or 1950's London. Uncle of publisher.

Occupaiton. Tintype portrait of  a farmer with his sickle, handwritten on the sickle’s blade: “Samuel Renshaw, Sicklegrinder Ridgeway, August 1857”   via the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

Occupaiton. Tintype portrait of a farmer with his sickle, handwritten on the sickle’s blade: “Samuel Renshaw, Sicklegrinder Ridgeway, August 1857” via the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

1880s: This gentleman’s well tailored outfit highlights many of the fashions of the 1880’s. Note the extremely narrow lapel on the sack coat, the high button front and the curved front of the jacket. His trousers are also tailored to a more slim style, note that there are still no creases in the front of his trousers as the press had not yet been invented. He wears his coat buttoned only at the top to proudly display his vest and watch chain.

1880s: This gentleman’s well tailored outfit highlights many of the fashions of the 1880’s. Note the extremely narrow lapel on the sack coat, the high button front and the curved front of the jacket. His trousers are also tailored to a more slim style, note that there are still no creases in the front of his trousers as the press had not yet been invented. He wears his coat buttoned only at the top to proudly display his vest and watch chain.

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