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1924 rust Harris tweed golfing suit. Jacket by Scholte of London, trousers by Forster & Sons. Jacket has a convertible collar for cold weather.  Trousers “cut high in the waist" and originally supported by an inner elasticated girdle to maintain a looser hang.  The hems curve under to fasten to the cotton plus-four lining. Via 42ndblackwatch.com/.

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A rust Harris tweed golfing suit, Jacket by Scholte of London, trousers by Forster & Sons. Jacket has a convertible collar for cold weather

1880 Boy's Suit  Heathered grey, green, black & white small scale plaid breeches and open-front jacket with French blue lapels and sleeveless under vest with white & black soutache braid.

1880 Boy's Suit Heathered grey, green, black & white small scale plaid breeches and open-front jacket with French blue lapels and sleeveless under vest with white & black soutache braid.

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1810 French Suit at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Formal dress, especially at Court, was more conservative than other modes of dress.

Young Boy's Dress, circa 1850-55 | This is nice, well-made example of a stylish boys garment from the period when both boys and girls wore dresses as toddlers. During this time it was considered a coming of age when boys could graduate to wearing pants. #Victorian #1850s

Boy’s dress ca. via The Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum of Art “This is a nice, well-made example of a stylish boys garment from the period when both boys and girls wore dresses.

1897 Boy's Suit

Boys Sailor Suit - wool and silk - Manufacturing during America's Gilded Age era, by Best & Company - NYC, ~ {cwl} ~ (Image: Met Museum)

YOUNG BOY'S FORMAL SUIT, c. 1776, Cutaway jacket of navy wool w/ brass buttons, lace cuff flounces, pink silk & wool blend flannel-lined knee britches,

YOUNG BOY'S FORMAL SUIT, c. 1776 Cutaway jacket of navy wool w/ brass buttons, lace cuff flounces, pink silk & wool blend flannel-lined knee britches

Suit Belle Jardinière, Paris  (French) Date: ca. 1900 Culture: French Medium: cotton, wool Accession Number: 2009.300.1003a–c The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Mens Suit Belle Jardinière, Paris (French) Date: ca. 1900 Culture: French Medium: cotton, wool Accession Number: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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