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William wears a Square cut cotton lawn Regency shirt (SH130). The body of these shirts remained the same square cut as for the earlier shirts but the collar became deeper and developed points which were intended to be seen above the high cravat. For matching cravats see Collars. These shirts are now made with authentic reinforcing bands along the shoulder seams.




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This chap is wearing one of our Neckband shirts with single cuffs (SH182). He is also wearing a Wool Flat Cap in Green Check Tweed (HA129), Lambswool Fair Isle Slipover in a Grey/Red Colourway (WC104), a pair of our Fishtail Back Trousers in Black Moleskin (TR200), and a light grey linen jacket which is a sample until production next year.




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Looking pensive and wearing a Green Grandad collarless shirt (SH220), Fishtail Back Trousers (TR200), and one of our ever popular Black C20th waistcoats (WC100).





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Cambridge Photography by Grant Finney.
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William wears: Black Victorian Trousers (TR201). Era: 1870-1920. These heavy wool barathea trousers are ideal for Victorian costume.




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William in the workshop, wearing: Vest (UN210 - not yet available), Grandad collarless shirt (SH220), Fishtail Back Trousers (TR200), C20th waistcoat (WC100).




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This chap is wearing one of our Grandad Shirts with Collar in Blue Stripe (SH222). Over this, he is also wearing a Limited Edition Waistcoat in Colour 5 (WC102).




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