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Men's Clothing from 1700 Men's Clothing from 1700 Many men in the early 1700's did not own more than about 2-4 outfits. Their clothing would usually be made of wool or linen and would all be hand sewn, either by a woman they knew or if they lived in or near a city and had some money, by a tailor.What did men wear in the nineteenth century?
Entering the nineteenth century, men were no longer wearing the fancy fabrics and trimmings that characterized their clothing in the 1700s. Instead — under the influence of George Bryan “Beau” Brummel — men’s fashion was gradually moving toward the restrained, conservative costumes that would set the tone for the rest of the century.How did menswear evolve in the nineteenth century?
In this manner, you can see the slow evolution of nineteenth century menswear, from the Regency dandyism of Beau Brummell to the matched three-piece suits of the late Victorian era. Changes were subtle, but significant, each of them moving men’s fashion one step closer to the elegant silhouettes still evidenced in fashionable menswear of today.How did fashion change in the 1710s?
At the same time, the trend that emerged in the 1710s towards less voluminous hair and wig styles for both genders continued with coiffures that were curled tightly to the head. These changes in fashion are on display in the tableaux de mode of Jean-François de Troy.