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    • Suit

    • Costume (mode of fashion) ;Clothing ;Suits (main garments)
    • Three piece blue wool suit. Double-breasted jacket. Matching turtleneck shell
    • John Keats

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    • The double-breasted tailcoat and tubular trousers indicate how subtle the changes have been in men's dress over forty years
    • Costumes for motoring

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    • The automobile is still new enough that special costumes are deemed necessary for motoring. Goggles, cap, gauntlet, gloves, and leggings are essential for the driver. The full-length double-breasted top coat on the left is repeated in a suit for a...
    • Men's sport outfits

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    • The left-hand figure is in a two-button double-breasted sack jacket with contrasting trousers. The right figure is in a one-button sack suit with patch pockets and matching tip cap (Majestic Tailors Catalogue, Chicago, Spring/Summer, 1920)
    • Town meets country

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    • Left figure is wearing a double-breasted blue flannel suit with a round collared blue shirt. Spitafield silk tie, black shoes, bowler, yellow chamois gloves. Right figure is in a three-button notched lapel, black and white herringbone Shetland wool...
    • Evening dress

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    • White silk crepe double-breasted evening dress is typical of the high fashion look of the 60s. Norman Norell, leading American designer, is known primarily for his hand sequined evening clothes. His genius in design derives from his background as a...
    • Sportswear

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    • The popular cut in men's suits is a tightly fitted double-breasted jacket. Plaid and checked vests are very popular (designed by Tarra; Gentlemen's Quarterly, September 1967)
    • Walking suit

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    • Unusual British inspired eight-button double-breasted wool jacket in grey glen plaid. It is longer than a suit jacket and shorter than a top coat (Society Brand; Leonard Nones, photographer; Gentlemen's Quarterly, February 1967)
    • Trousers

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    • Wide-out double-breasted Italian look with pleated trousers (Glenn Tunstull, illustrator; collection of the illustrator)
    • Wool suit

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    • Six button double-breasted wool suit with cotton broadcloth check shirt and woven silk polka dot tie (Nino Antonio Cerruti: suit; Charvet: tie and shirt; Walter Chin, photographer; Gentlemen's Quarterly, April 1992)
    • George 'Beau Brummell' Bryan

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    • A key figure in the history of modern dress, George Bryan is immaculately dressed in the double-breasted, square cut tailcoat. This is the new pantaloon. Eventually Brummell personally develops the pantaloon into the first trouser form. He carries...
    • Marques de San Adrian

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    • The waistcoat cut square and double-breasted. Collars are carefully arranged to frame the face. Pantaloons are well fitted. Soft, low-heeled boots have a turned-down cuff (collection of the family)
    • Dress

    • Costume (mode of fashion) ;Clothing ;Dresses (garments)
    • Asymmetrical double breasted wrap dress. Single breast pocket. Puff short sleeve with two button decoration. Pleat at sleeve opening
    • Suit

    • Costume (mode of fashion) ;Clothing ;Suits (main garments)
    • Three piece blue wool suit. Double-breasted jacket. Matching turtleneck shell
    • Suit

    • Costume (mode of fashion) ;Clothing ;Suits (main garments)
    • Three piece blue wool suit. Double-breasted jacket. Matching turtleneck shell
    • Suit

    • Costume (mode of fashion) ;Clothing ;Suits (main garments)
    • Three piece blue wool suit. Double-breasted jacket. Matching turtleneck shell

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