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    • Active sportswear

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    • Single-breasted jackets worn with tattersall or suede vests and sleeved or sleeveless pullover sweater. Trousers in white or grey flannel. Knickers for golf, breeches or jodhpurs for riding. Polo shirts with white trousers for tennis. Brown/white...
    • Blue boy, The

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    • Children's dress begins to soften and develop its own style. Boys are in comfortable short jackets and breeches. Hair is natural. This famous example is strongly influenced by the Cavalier style
    • Captain Wade

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    • In its trim appearance and precise details, this is a very fine example of men's dress of the period. The line of the coat slopes from the chest. The coat has a turned-down collar. Cuffs are small. Buttons are the only coat decoration. The shirt...
    • English country squire

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    • An English country squire in breeches and boots with a contrasting turned-down cuff. Throughout this period the coat is usually darker than trousers. Normally the vest is made of the brightest color (engraving, from The Vicar of Wakefield)
    • Game of the skittles

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    • Detail. A back view of petticoat breeches. Ribbon loops decorate the waist and hem. Showing under the petticoat breeches is a small portion of tubular breeches, finished in a gathered lace ruffle. The stockings are very wrinkled. This is an...
    • Henry Rich, first Earl of Holland

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    • The doublet with a long skirt and more natural waist. Breeches are long and tubular. The boots have a red leather turned-back cuff, which is edged with lace boot-hose. Hair is long. The mustache and beard are trim. Notice the sword belt under the...
    • Marriage a la mode

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    • Detail. For comfort breeches are cut to fit high in back. In front they are sewn into a low, wide band. They are opened in the center front or on both sides
    • Mid-17th century breeches

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    • Pumpkin or melon hose are replaced by full, long breeches, which are often trimmed in front with a diagonal ladder of braid. Sometimes a vertical slash at the sides is finished in buttons and buttonholes. Tubular breeches are wide at the top,...
    • Monument de costume

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    • At home the turban is over undressed hair. The dressing gown is typically full, loose, and made of rich fabric. Well-fitted breeches are fastened over stockings. Notice the mules (engraving)
    • Portrait of a gentleman

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    • Detail. A clearly defined silhouette of the early years of Louis' reign. The hat is the steeple. The wide, flat collar has a box pleat under the chin. The important shirt is soft and full, blousing over the petticoat breeches. The doublet is now...
    • Portrait of Claude Deruet

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    • Tubular breeches are tied to the waist of the doublet with small ribbon points. Diagonal ladder trim decorates the breeches in front. A sword belt hangs from the right shoulder. Draped over the left shoulder is a large cape with a wide, flat collar...
    • Savoy Hours

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    • Underwear includes breeches of linen, which are held to the waist by a drawstring, and a loose shirt of varying length equivalent to the women's chemise (Manuscript 390)

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