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Petticoat breeches: Calzones enaguas empleados a finales del siglo XVII, bajo los cuales están los calzones atados por encima de las rodillas, adornados con cintas hasta las aberturas del bolsillo. Van hasta la mitad del largo de los calzones, alrededor de la cinturilla y de la camisa, colgando por fuera.

Emperor Leopold I Short sleeved doublet, loose canon with ruffle breeches, ruff sleeve cuffs, long hair, shoes with rosettes

c. 1665 17th century  A back view of the petticoat breeches, ribbon loops decorate the waist and hem. The full wide ruffles at the bottom of breeches were called canons.

Harriet and Dorimant ? 1665 century A back view of the petticoat breeches, ribbon loops decorate the waist and hem. The full wide ruffles at the bottom of breeches were called canons.

Henry Rich, 1st Earl of Holland, son of Robert Rich, Earl of Warwick, and Penelope Devereux, great-great grandson of Mary Boleyn

HENRY RICH Earl of Holland, wearing a falling band, breeches with canons and a doublet with slashing, and slap sole shoes Idea for baptistia

in the 1600s men's clothing became influenced by a Dutch style of breeches. These particular breeches were so loose and full they almost looked like skirts. This led to the name Petticoat breeches. The breeches were decorated with lace and ribbons. High boots were worn during the day and for formal occasions dress slippers were worn. Collars were folded down and could be decorated with frills and lace.

In the century men were wearing petticoat breeches as you can see in this picture he is wearing them.

Petticoat breeches: French Engraving. c.1675. Early type of coat worn over petticoat breeches. Accessories-baldrick and cravat.

c 1675 - French engraving. Early type of coat worn over petticoat breeches. Accessories: baldric (belt worn over one shoulder that is typically used to carry a weapon) and cravat. From "The Cut of Men's Clothes by Norah Waugh

An example of a coiffure that was all the rage among upper-class ladies in the 1770's.  This fashion trend was made famous by Marie Antoinette, who became Queen of France in 1774.

The rather ostentatious “Frégate de Junon” hairstyle, as sported by Marie Antoinette. © Fiell Image Archive, 2011 There is no hair more iconic, perhaps, than Marie-Antoinette’s elaborately curled and.

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mindhost: “Early Century Menswear by Melissa Dalton Notice the complete absence of LARPy leather shoulder pauldrons.

Portrait of a couple, 1661, Bartholomeus van der Helst

1661 Bartholomeus van der Helst - Portrait of a pair (JPEG Image, 800 × 975 pixels) - Scaled

Man's Day Clothes About 1650

This suit is based on Dutch fashions then in It has a short unstiffened…

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