From Terry Dresbach - An 18th Century Life

Slightly more historic, simple cut to a kilt jacket. Fraser From Terry Dresbach - An Century Life

Breeches front fastening detail, formal 3-piece suit, c.1770. Brown silk velvet. (costume collection at Ham House, Surrey)

Breeches front fastening detail of a man's silk velvet suit, part of the costume collection at Ham House, Surrey.

18th Century Breeches 1770s von ThePeriodTailor auf Etsy

This would be an example to a man Breeches. They were buttoned up to give the appearance of more of a pant like rather than underwear. This gave them more freedom to move as well.

American made suit dating to 1775-1785. Silk faille, cotton/linen plain weave, silk

formal suit, United States, c. Cream silk faille, cotton/linen plain weave lining, self-covered buttons.

Gentlemans Outfit c1750 This was made for one of our museum clients and is an historically accurate 'suit' for a middle class gentleman circa 1750, it was based on the original outfit.

Gentleman's outfit (museum reproduction), c. An historically accurate 'suit' for a middle-class gentleman circa it was based on an original outfit.

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

Tan buckskin, fall front, brass & self covered buttons, breeches have leather ties at waist & at leg hems, W Inseam (stains) ve.


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