Children’s Fully Lined Colonial Coats with Button

Children’s Fully Lined Colonial Coats with Button
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A Heritage Costume Exclusive. The clothing worn in the eighteenth-century was characterized by great diversity, as one would expect in a society ranging from royal governors and wealthy landowners to indentured servants and slaves. a coat was the uppermost layer of the 18th century man’s suit, worn over waistcoat and breeches. Both the cut and the title of the fashionable coat saw several evolutions through the course of the century. In the late 17th and early 18th centuries a coat was a relatively straight loose garment, with the slight fullness in the knee-length skirts. Experience life in the 18th century in these childrens fashionable Colonial Frock Coats (Colonial Period Jacket).

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