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The Waistcoat or jacket appeared during this time as well.
Baron Schwiter wears a dark cutaway coat, Waistcoat, and narrow fitted pantaloons or trousers.
The Waistcoat is knitted tightly on the crotch,
that is, it consists only of right-hand stitches.
A cummerbund is never worn with a double breasted jacket, and a Waistcoat now very rarely.
Composer Anton Rubenstein conducts in formal evening
wear(dark coat, trousers, and Waistcoat, white shirt and tie), 1887.
James Tissot wears breeches and high boots with a reddish collared Waistcoat and a brown coat.
In his self-portrait,
Ferdinand Georg Waldmüller wears a striped cravat and striped Waistcoat, both in dull gold and blue, 1828.
In men's fashion,
the three-piece ditto suit of sack coat, Waistcoat, and trousers in the same fabric emerged as a novelty.
Other events may call for morning dress, the daytime formal dress code,
which consists of a morning coat, a Waistcoat and striped trousers.
Some include white shirts, black bow ties,
and low-cut Waistcoats, while others feature high collars that fasten around the neck
and corresponding high-gorge Waistcoats.
For slightly less starched occasions, black tie is the order of the day- a tailless jacket,
black cummerbund or Waistcoat, and a black bow tie.
The sleeveless girl dress has a Waistcoat, which not only looks pretty,
but also allows an individual adjustment of the width. Crew Neck. Two pockets.
Francisco de Goya
wears a gray coat over a satin single-breasted Waistcoat and a tall-collared shirt that reaches to his ears,
with a white cravat. Spanish, 1826.
By the 1880s the majority of the working class,
even shepherds adopted jackets and Waistcoats in fustian and corduroy with corduroy trousers, giving up their smock frocks.
Wearing the character's traditional color palette,
the Joker is dressed in a thin tie and green Waistcoat, topped by a purple overcoat,
stylistic choices that hearken back to the era of New Romanticism.
Woollen or quilted Waistcoats were worn over the stays and under the gown for warmth,
as were petticoats quilted with wool batting, especially in the cold climates of northern Europe and America.
Woolen or quilted Waistcoats were worn over the stays and under the gown for warmth,
as were petticoats quilted with wool batting, especially in the cold climates of Northern Europe and America.
In tropical areas, primarily in Western diplomatic and expatriate communities, Red Sea
rig is sometimes worn, in which the jacket and Waistcoat are omitted
and a red cummerbund and trousers with red piping are worn instead.