I think you need one of these outfits ;) Burgundy Regency Coat over your shoulders and cut a gallant figure at your next festive event. Designed in the cut-away style found in early 19th century fashion, this men’s coat is ideal with our Fall Front Trousers for a true period look.

Reenactment garment Burgundy Regency Coat over your shoulders and cut a gallant figure at your next festive event. Designed in the cut-away style found in early century fashion, this men’s coat is ideal with our Fall Front Trousers for a true period look.

18th and 19th Century: Cravat Tying Tips for the Georgian or Regency Gent...

Sebastian Vioget might have worn any of and Century: Cravat Tying Tips for the Georgian or Regency Gent.

Lady Hawarden's photographic exploration of identity - and female sexuality - was incredibly progressive. Above, Lady Clementina's daughter also called Clementina reading a book

Britain's first ever fashion shoot? Rare 19th century prints by pioneering female photographer go on sale (but be warned, they're rather 'sensual')

Clementina, reading a book. Photographed by her mother, Clementina, Lady Hawarden, by 1865 Note dress details.

Silk Lace veil, mid 19th c. New York. Silk reseau w/ hand embroidered & drawnwork silk toile, design of flower garlands, bows, & drawnwork catouches

Gold Antique Veil - MID C Silk reseau w/ hand embroidered & drawnwork silk toile, design of flower garlands, bows, & drawnwork catouches

19th Century Fashion History | 19th Century: Fashion History / Silk, linen and rhinestone afternoon ...

Afternoon Dress Jacques Doucet 1903 This is an elegant afternoon dress that would be suitable for afternoon events, such as the races and other promenade activities. The dress is an excellent example.

He knows it!19th century dandy, a fashionable man who dressed well.                                                                                                                                                      More

This picture shows a man in a dandy, which was ultra fashionable of the time. He is also carrying a cane, wearing boots, and also wearing a top hat.

18th Century Triple Cape Coat  This is the standard version of the 'Triple cape Coat' made in a good quality brown overcoating wool, the coat features Gauntlet style button through cuffs and Brass buttons are used throughout, fully lined in a polished cotton. The rear of the coat has a beautiful long pocket feature with 14 buttons fitted to the rear!  Copied from an original that was restored for a Museum client. CT9002

A garrick coat from the Empire period were sometimes called a coachman's coat. These coats were a particularly popular style during this period, were very long in length, and had between three and five short caplets attached to the collar.

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