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  • Barb Smith

    1860s Outdoor Dress - There are four kinds of coats the Victorian gentleman must have...a morning coat, a frock coat, a dress coat, and an overcoat.

  • Caden Povolish

    Over sized coats and jackets were the look of he 1850s.

  • Karri Anderson

    Just Men's Fashion Photo Dating

  • Betty Tregay

    Garret 1860s Out Door Dress | There are four kinds of coats which the Victorian gentleman must have: a morning coat, a frock coat, a dress coat, and an overcoat.

  • Kellie Mitchell

    OMG, I am so so like Moncler. If he gives me it as Christmas gift, I will love him. http://moncler2015foryou.blogspot.kr/

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