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1800 - 1825 Men's Narrow Fall Trousers Pattern with Pantaloon Option Discounts Apply !
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1800 - 1825 Men's Narrow Fall Trousers Pattern with Pantaloon Option

CWSSM04 - 1800 - 1825 Men's Narrow Fall Trousers Pattern with Pantaloon Option. Sizes 34, 38 and 42" included in this pattern. Pattern makes Straight trousers and pantaloons. Sewing Pattern - 1800 - 1825 Men's Narrow Fall Trousers Pattern with Pantaloon Option. Suggested Fabrics Medium weight woolens, heavy corduroy, corded silk, otton canvas or heav linen. Fabric Yardage 60 inch 2 1/8 yards, 54 inch 2 1/2 yards, 45 inch 3 1/2 yards. Lining 1/2 yard of 45"cotton. Sizes 34, 38 and 42" included in this pattern. Pattern makes Straight trousers and pantaloons. Trusers first appeared smply as a lengthening of the legs of knee breeches. Men's clothing changed rapidly in the late 18th century and trousers adapted t meet these new fitted styles. Excellent for Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, Sense and Sensibility and other Regency era impressions. Beau Brummell wore a Regency period dress coat as daytime dress. The coat is able to close and the tails are knee length. Beau Brummell set the fashion for British society from the mid-1790s, which was characterized by immaculate personal cleanliness, immaculate linen shirts with high collars, perfectly tied cravats, and exquisitely tailored plain dark coats. Brummell abandoned his wig and cut his hair short in a Roman fashion dubbed la Brutus, echoing the fashion for all things classical seen in women's wear of this period. He also led the move from breeches to snugly-tailored pantaloons or trousers, often light-colored for day and dark for evening, based on working-class clothing adopted by all classes in France in the wake of the Revolution. A tailcoat is a coat with the front of the skirt cut away, so as to leave only the rear section of the skirt, known as the tails. The historical reason coats were cut this way was to make it easier for the wearer to ride a horse, but over the years tailcoats of varying types have evolved into forms of formal dress for both day and evening wear.

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