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Portrait of a man in suit with waistcoat

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Corsetry, top hats and ruffles: 1900s fashion reimagined for the Edwardian Ball A young man poses for a portrait in a suit, worn with a waistcoat and straw boater, circa 1905. The picture was taken by photographer Henry Mayson (1845 - 1921) at his studio in Keswick in the Lake District.

A young man poses for a portrait in a suit, worn with a waistcoat and straw boater, circa The picture was taken by photographer Henry Mayson - at his studio in Keswick in the Lake District. (Photo by Popperfoto/Getty Images)

Suit 1840s The Victoria & Albert Museum.  Buttons in a zipper fashion?  No flap?

Suit 1840s The Victoria & Albert Museum (OMG that dress!)

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Man's Wedding Suit: Cutaway Coat, Trousers, and Waistcoat Made by C. Prueger & Son, Philadelphia Date: 1885 Medium: Black wool faille, wool braid Accession Number:

(courtesy of The Gentleman's Page)

Menswear has been in fashion magazines for over 300 years. In 1825 Costume Parisien illustrates a man’s cutaway tailcoat . It had a squ.

Very 30's—40's. Double-breasted, wide lapels, wide shoulders, no vent. Two-tone shoes.

By the late early men's suits jackets gave way for wide shoulders, shorter lapels, and were often double breasted like the example of the man in the middle.

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This is an example of the typical attire for the Edwardian male. There were not many drastic changes to men's fashion during the turn of the century, except a slimmer silhouette and straight shoulders.

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