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Throughout the 19th century, a gentleman of rank and means would not dare step out in daylight hours without a well made dress coat. Our Velvet Trimmed Edwardian Morning Coat makes a dashing choice for a leisurely brunch followed by a carriage ride down to the fields to cheer on the polo match. It sounds insanely hot eleven months out of the year in Texas, but it's an elegant look.

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Velvet Trimmed Edwardian Morning Coat - Black

Throughout the 19th century, a gentleman of rank and means would not dare step out in daylight hours without a well made dress coat. Our Velvet Trimmed Edwardian Morning Coat makes a dashing choice for a leisurely brunch followed by a carriage ride down to the fields to cheer on the polo match.

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Fall Front Wool Blend Trousers - Camel

Both handy and handsome, our Regency Trousers have outfitted men on both sides of a century. During the early 19th century full-length, light-colored trousers were de rigueur for men’s daywear and were spotted everywhere from military outposts to all the “in” spots about town.

Delight in the impeccable style of our burgundy velvet smoking jacket, with rich trim throughout. While today the smoking jacket is an elegant alternative to a formal tuxedo, in the Victorian era this garment served a much more specific purpose in at-home entertainment. Scrupulously dressed 19th century gentlemen (who literally had a coat for every occasion) would don a soft, often velvet, loose jacket over their clothing as a protective barrier from the odors of their smoking…